Vile teen was just 15 when he started to rape women in 22 sick attacks over 3 years | The Sun

A VILE teen was just 15-years-old when he began raping his victims, a court heard today.

Kevarnie Queen, of Barrington Road, London, launched 22 sick attacks in his cruel campaign of terror which lasted three years.

The 19-year-old "treated the women as objects to use for his own gratification", and was convicted of rape against six victims at Inner London Crown Court today.

Queen targeted five of his six victims through social media and began abusing them in May 2019.

Police investigation uncovered some victims had been taken to tower blocks where they were raped by Queen in communal stairwells, the court heard.

Other girls thought their abuse was a normal part of being in a relationship with Queen.

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Over three years, several allegations had been made against Queen to police, but none of his victims were willing to prosecute.

But, on May 31 2022, when the sick rapist was 18, one victim came forward and gave evidence leading to Queen's arrest on suspicion of rape in June.

This encouraged the five fellow victims to help supply more information about Queen's attacks.

Detective Constable Jennie Seward said: "Queen's disregard for the young women's rights to consent, and his complete lack of respect for them, is disgraceful.

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"He treated the women as objects to use for his own gratification."

Detective Inspector Ian Kenward added: "I am pleased with the conviction and would like to pay tribute to the tremendous courage shown by the young women targeted by Queen.

"Their support has led to a dangerous predatory offender being taken off the streets and I am immensely grateful."

Queen is due to appear in court again to be sentenced on October 13.

It is thought he has more victims who have not come forward.

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