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Rapper Solo 45 Bags Jail Term For Raping 4 Women 21 Times

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Grime artist Solo 45 sentenced to 24 years in jail after rape ...

By Oyindamola Olubajo, AllNews

British-Ghanaian rapper, Solo 45 has been sentenced to 24 years in prison for sexually assaulting 4 different women on different occasions.

Solo 45 was said to have committed the crime between 2015 and 2017, but was found guilty at Bristol Crown Court of 30 charges on Thursday, July 30.

These, according to The Sun UK, were 21 rapes, five counts of false imprisonment, two counts of assault by penetration and two of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

The 33-year-old music act was said to have derived sexual pleasure from torturing the women by water-boarding, interrogating, assaulting and raping them.

AllNews understands that Solo, born Andy Anokyehas been under interrogations since 2017 after one of his victims reported to the police.

Upon his arrest, the police saw a footage on his phone and this led police to three other women who he met at his gigs.

Solo 45
Solo 45

On of his victims, who testified in court said: “He kept me on the bed and put a flannel over my face and poured a bottle of water over it, which made me feel like I was drowning.”

Another victim said she was stabbed in the thigh and held at knifepoint.

Anokye, however, claimed all the acts were consensual role played by the victims in a game called “catch me, rape me”.

One of the prosecutors said one of his victims was forced to lie in a bath of freezing cold water and made another woman sit with a bottle of water tied to her finger with a shoelace.

While citing evidence, the singer told the court he had dacryphilia – sexual arousal from tears.

Judge William Hart directed that Anokye serve 24 years in prison and five on licence.
The judge also ordered him to compulsorily sign the sex offenders register for life.

“You have no sexual boundaries or empathy for those concerned, you became addicted to the ‘perverted pleasure’ from abusing the women in the case.

“You have a background that includes gang associations and criminal violence.

“I’m entirely satisfied that your career as a music artist was flourishing at the time of this offending and that you would have gone to great heights.

“You were part of a well-known collective – Boy Better Know. The fellow artists from that collective have achieved great success,” the judge held.

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