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Alhaji Sesay

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  • Alhaji Sesay, 22, raped a woman in the London club after imposing himself in the locker room
  • The former Sierra Leone player caught another in the Bristol Club bathroom and tried to rape her
  • Sesay, who also played for Bristol City, was arrested after fleeing her.
  • The former doorman was sentenced to ten years in prison at the Bristol Crown Court

This is the moment when a retired international footballer is caught under video surveillance when he goes to the bathroom of a nightclub to assault a woman.

Alhaji Sesay Age

Alhaji Sesay, 22, caught the victim in the Bristol cabin and attempted to rape her.

Sesay, who also played for Bristol City, was arrested after she managed to escape her grasp and sound the alarm.

The former Sierra Leone national team player also raped a woman at a London club after she was huddled in her locker room.

The former goalkeeper was sentenced to ten years in prison.

Sesay was convicted of one rape charge and two attempted rapes against two different women.

He was also found not guilty of a second rape count after a trial in Bristol Crown Court.

Sesay joined the Bristol City Academy in 2017. He made several loans to non-league clubs before finally being released.

At today’s hearing, his honorary judge, Cullum, told Sesay that he was a rapist and a sexual predator.

He said he used “a charm and a flirty cape” to get close to the women he saw as targets.

He said his actions seriously affected both victims, one of whom suffered from serious mental health problems.

James Tucker, the prosecutor, said Sesay searched a woman’s private parts in the women’s restroom at the Mbargo nightclub in Bristol on July 11, 2019.

CCTV Footage

CCTV footage shows the failed soccer player going to the disco’s bathroom before turning to look at the camera.

After being arrested, questioned and released, he attempted to rape and verbally rape a woman at Hart Lounge in Southgate, London last year.

The first applicant said that he felt as if he had left her body when Sesay abused her and, as a result, suffered severe trauma.

In an impact statement, she said: “I am in a constant state of hypervigilance. I see the worst people I have ever seen the best. ‘

The second applicant said that she suffered from an anxiety disorder before Sesay abused her, made worse by her stroke.

She said: “Now I see men differently. I wonder if they are disgusting and what they are capable of. Anything can happen anywhere. ‘

Sophie Shotton, who defended herself, said: “He is a young man whose career is now in tatters. Soccer was everything he knew since he was little.

“It was the only career option due to his limited education.

He “He came to the UK with the intention of furthering his studies and his football career and to make her mother proud and financially support her.”

Sesay, from Plumstead, London, was charged with the crimes in Bristol and London in August 2020.

Bristol CID DC Toby Hayes said: “Alhaji Sesay is a predatory sex offender who blatantly attacks women at random in nightclubs.

CCTV footage collected during the police investigation revealed that he went to the women’s restroom where he carried out the attacks on him.

“All the victims have had a painful experience.

“I would like to pay tribute to his incredible courage and bravery in speaking out against the crimes committed against him, providing vital evidence in court and supporting our investigation that brought this dangerous sex offender to justice.

“I also want to thank the many members of the public who participated in our investigations and helped ensure that justice is respected.

“Due to the nature of Sesay’s crime, it is possible that other victims have not yet reported an incident to us.

I encourage you to trust the police and come forward.

“They listen to you, believe and respect you. If you don’t want to talk to the police, talk to someone. ‘

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