In a victim impact statement, the district court read today, the woman described in a NSW-man of Benjamin, Joshua Heldon “is really worthless, disgusting excuse for a person”.
Heldon was found guilty earlier this month of two counts of rape over the attack at Victoria Park in December 2013.
The incident occurred when the victim went to her friend home just before midnight.
The woman said she felt humiliated, degraded, humiliated by the attack and felt a terror she had never felt.
The attack took place in December 2013. Picture: AAP Image/Kelly Barnes
“I want you to know how much anger and hate I have on you,” she said Heldon in your statement.
“I screamed for you to stop, and she smiled.
“They knew exactly what they were doing, and they don’t care if you hurt me or not.
“She smiled at me as they raped me.”
But the woman also said she was determined not to let them ruin your martyrdom everything they had worked so hard for.
Heldon was moved to the crimes of one dreadlock the women out of his head during the incident and was extradited from NSW in December 2016.
In the case of the condemnation of publications, Prosecutor Emily Telfer said the rape was vicious and accompanied by violence.
Defence counsel, said Heldon to offend was out of character and he remained a good candidate for reintegration.
Judge Peter Brebner is set Heldon later today.