Alleged rapist 'delighted' in degrading and humiliating prostitutes, jury told
An alleged rapist accused of attacking two prostitutes 'delighted' in degrading and humiliating them, a jury was told. Mohammed Nadeem Hussain, 26, initially appeared 'likeable and friendly' and the two women both agreed to have consensual sexual relations with him for payment.
But he then allegedly turned and became violent 'from seemingly nowhere'. His accusers claim he 'delighted in the degrading and humiliating way that he treated them' and feared they were 'about to be murdered', Manchester Crown Court heard.
Mr Hussain denies attempting to rape one woman, and raping another. He is currently standing trial. Jurors were told that both women were allegedly attacked by Mr Hussain in the early hours in Cheetham Hill last summer.
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One incident happened in a car park, the other in an alleyway, the court heard. Woman A said she agreed to perform oral sex on Mr Hussain for payment. She said that he suddenly took her by the throat and then took her to the floor.
Prosecuting, Huw Edwards said she believed that Mr Hussain began filming her with his mobile phone, and said 'I'm raping this f****** bi***'. The alleged attack lasted around 20 minutes, she said, before Mr Hussain was 'disturbed' by a passer-by.
Woman B, who jurors heard has since died from 'entirely unrelated' issues, agreed to perform oral sex on Mr Hussain for payment minutes after the alleged attack on Woman A. She said he was friendly at first before he suddenly 'grabbed' her by the neck and took her to the ground, allegedly strangling her.
Mr Hussain began to punch and kick her 'multiple' times to the head and face, she alleged. "She believed she was going to