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'Predatory And Dangerous' Rapist Sentenced For Attacking Teen Girls After His Release From Prison

| by Dominic Kelly

A U.K. man who was initially released from prison after raping a 19-year-old girl has been sentenced to life behind bars after raping two other teenage girls after he initially got out of jail.

Reports say that 24-year-old Daniel Elliott stalked two victims in parks after being released from prison, The Mirror reports. The serial rapist reportedly threatened a 16-year-old girl and her boyfriend with pepper spray before raping her, and, in a similar fashion, threatened a different couple with a knife prior to raping that 15-year-old female.

In addition to raping the two teenage girls, Elliott also allegedly attempted to rape an older woman following his release from jail, but thankfully, she was able to escape.

Despite denying the rapes and rape attempt, Elliott was sentenced to life behind bars in court.

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“Elliott is a predatory and dangerous man,” Det. Insp. Keith Ward said. “I am very pleased he’ll be off the streets for such a long time.”

Elliott first served time behind bars in 2010 after being convicted of raping a 19-year-old woman.

Sources: The Daily Mirror, Daily Mail

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