Judge John Price jailed Rowe, 36, indefinitely and said he would have to spend at least six years behind bars before being considered for parole.
He will now be automatically deported after serving his sentence. I remember saying: ''I don't want to do this.'' I was a virgin at the time." She eventually escaped and raised the alarm but Rowe went on to attack the second 18 year-old in January this year.
Her text was “UGH” and he responded with the word “Pic.” Was she really going to say “Wow, this stalker found my number, revealed who he was to my dismay, and now he wants a provocative picture of me? ” To make matters even worse, he waits ten hours or so and this time puts PIC in all caps like maybe yelling it in her face will change her mind.
Now I know you’re excited and can’t wait to dive into your new world of textual exploration but slow down. The first mistake was hunting down a phone number on Facebook like Joey Greco from Cheaters but that’s a whole other set of issues.Let’s be honest, we’ve all at least attempted to do a little sexting.No matter if you were trying to spice up an existing relationship, starting a new one, or just being a creepy dude who tries to get pictures of girls for his own private collection, you’ve done it.He drove around south London trying to chat up girls and impress them by claiming to be a musician. "He came up to me and he took off my trousers and my underwear,' she said. Rowe, of no fixed address, denied rape and attempted rape but was convicted of both.Karen Holt, prosecuting, told jurors during the trial: "On two separate occasions the defendant approached two young females, total strangers to him, offered them a lift in his car, appeared initially pleasant and charming, and following a friendly chat they both enter his flat, reject his advances, he turns nasty and assaults them." The victim of the 2005 attack, now 22 and from Clapham, south west London, broke down in tears as she told how he raped her after picking her up outside the nightclub Ivory Arch in south London on February 22. I said: ''You just passed my house,'' and he said he needed to go and pick up something. Whilst I was in his car I was thinking I wanted the lights to turn red so I could have jumped out the car. He was also given concurrent sentences of six months for failing to register as a sex offender, one month for possession of crack cocaine and no separate penalty for dangerous driving.