Sodomite Rapist Photographer Lured Straight Bodybuilders To His Home, Would Drug And Rape Them, Then Declares “I Get A Kick Out Of Robbing A Straight Guy Out Of His Masculinity”

Sodomites and sexual assault are synonymous, because as sodomy is a disorder caused by a love of sin and the wanton embrace of evil without a desire for repentance, it drives men to embrace abominable actions and consider them normal. In a case from the UK, a photographer and sodomite would lure straight bodybuilders to his home for photo sessions, where he would then drug and rape them. In court, it came out that he bragged to other sodomites about his love of rape and sodomy, saying “I get a kick out of robbing a straight guy out of his masculinity”:

A serial male rapist has been found guilty of using his job as a fitness photographer to lure men to his house where he drugged and sexually assaulted them.

Nigel Wilkinson, 45, was found guilty of nine offences against six men following a crown court trial this month. It was revealed his victims came from all over the country, including Gloucester.

In 2016 Wilkinson, from Bristol, was caged for 11-and-a-half years after admitting two counts of rape and three counts of administering a substance with intent to rape.

Today a judge at Bristol Crown Court found him guilty of a further count of rape, five more counts of administering stupefying drugs and three counts of voyeurism.

During the trial the jury heard Wilkinson say in a Skype conversation: “I get a kick out of robbing a straight guy out of his masculinity’.”

He’s now been convicted of offences against a total of nine men between 2014 and 2016 and jailed for 16 years and six months.

Lead investigator DI Larisa Hunt the new convictions “exposed the true extent of his crimes” which caused severe and lasting damage to his victims.

“He used his pseudo business Wilko Photography to attract men interested in fitness modelling,” she explained.

“He would contact men via social media to arrange a photo shoot in Bristol, offering them a fee and expenses and encouraging them to stay over at his house.”

Once he’d got his victims to his makeshift home studio Wilkinson would ply them with drinks spiked with sedatives before raping them and taking pictures.

Media reports of the 2016 trial brought more men forward and police eventually identified many more victims, seven of whom were willing to help police investigate.

“This has been a nationwide investigation with victims coming from London, Leeds, Cardiff, Newport, Northampton, Wiltshire, Kent and Gloucester,” said DI Hunt.

“One of his victims now lives in New Zealand and gave evidence to the court via a video link.”

She said the investigation, dubbed Operation Brooklyn examined thousands of pieces of digital media to trace his victims and offences.

“Our priority has been to seek justice for all of his victims, but the inescapable truth is some of them will never know whether they were raped or sexually assaulted by Nigel Wilkinson.

“I’d like to personally thank each of them for their courage and willingness to support our investigation despite the emotional and psychological toll this has had on their lives,” she added. (source, source)

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