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Brett James Callaghan

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  • Predator Brett James Callaghan admits he raped and drugged teens
  • Callaghan, 37, took a 12-year-old boy from a skate park in northwest Sydney
  • The boy was reported missing after failing to meet with his parents in Westfield.
  • Callaghan pleaded guilty to a series of charges in Parramatta Court on Thursday.
  • He faces up to 20 years in prison after being sentenced in the District Court of New South Wales.

A predator admitted to being responsible for a nightmare attack on a 12-year-old girl, who gave her a drug ice cream and raped her after luring the girl into her car during school holidays.

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Brett James Callaghan, 38, faces up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to being charged with serious s*xual assault and delivering a prohibited drug to a child in court in western Sydney on Thursday.

Callaghan accompanied the student from a park in Thornleigh, northwest of the city, to his parents’ area in Dural at around 3:30 p.m. on April 28 last year.

The girl was reported missing to police around 5:30 p.m. that day after failing to meet his parents outside a Westfield shopping center as planned.

The court heard that the girl’s phone was turned off at the time of her disappearance.

Meanwhile, a friend with whom he had spent most of the day had left her alone because she knew that a second friend was approaching her.

The court heard that the victim was put through a horrific nine-and-a-half hour trial in which Callaghan s*xually assaulted her and gave her an ice pipe to smoke.

The terrible incident did not end until the police arrested Callaghan at his grandmother’s apartment, which was behind his parents’ house, shortly after 1:15 a.m. the next morning after an exhaustive search. .

Callaghan appeared before Parramatta Magistrate Peter Feather on Thursday.

He was dressed in prison green and cradled his arms when a lawyer pleaded on his behalf. “Thank you, Your Honor, thank you,” he said.

Five of the 12 charges against Callaghan have been dropped, including one of his deportation and detention.

He has admitted three more charges on a “form one” basis, which means they add up to the total length of the sentence that he is serving.

Due to negotiations between the prosecutors and their attorneys over the agreed facts of the case, it took nearly a year to get to that point.

Last year, a police officer told the court that the girl was embarrassed and traumatized by her ordeal.

“When I met her, she was traumatized by what had happened,” said Inspector Lauren Seretis.

Since then she has always been shocked and traumatized by the events of that date. ”

As a result, her parents forbade her from watching television, the court learned.

Callaghan has been denied bail since her arrest. Her case will go to district court for sentencing next month.