April 2021

Vile sex beast raped school girl after forcing her into vodka drinking game

A vile sex predator who plied an underage girl with vodka until she was vomiting and passing out before raping her was jailed for more than 10 years today.

Bryan Wilson, 41, encouraged his victim to take part in a “drinking competition” before sexually assaulting the 15-year-old.

Wilson had earlier subjected an adult woman to repeated attacks and rapes and ill-treated a girl.

A judge told him at the High Court in Edinburgh: “You stand convicted of multiple rapes, assaults and cruelty to a child.”

Lady Poole said: “It is quite clear the impact of your offending has been devastating and has had long-term consequences.”

The judge told Wilson, who has a lengthy criminal record including for serious assault and attempted murder, that the offences were “despicable”.

Lady Poole jailed him for a total of 10 years and four months and ordered that he should be kept under supervision on licence for a further four years.

Unemployed Wilson earlier admitted two rape charges, an assault and a child cruelty charge all committed in his former home city of Dundee.

The offences occurred between 2009 and last year.

Wilson raped the teenager on May 30 last year when she was so intoxicated that she was incapable of giving or withholding consent.

Advocate depute Derick Nelson told the court: “The accused dared the complainer to drink vodka mixed with Tango orange, telling her it was a drinking competition.”

“At first she said she did not want to drink, but the accused kept encouraging her and eventually she agreed to drink,” he said.

Mr Nelson said they shared a large bottle of vodka with the girl having about eight glasses.

“She felt heavily intoxicated and dizzy as a result of the alcohol she had consumed.

“The complainer tried to get up, but kept falling over,” said the prosecutor.

Wilson suggested to the girl that she should sit on his knee and offered to adjust an uncomfortable bra strap.

Mr Nelson said: “By this stage the complainer was repeatedly vomiting and having intermittent periods where she blacked out due to excessive alcohol consumption.”

Wilson took off the girl’s bra and although she did not remember him removing a T-shirt she recalled being half naked.

The prosecutor said: “He then either tripped her up or she fell to the floor due to being intoxicated and bumped her head, causing an injury to her right temple and eye area.”

The teenager was on the floor on her hands and knees and was sick when she became aware of Wilson behind her before he subjected her to a painful rape.

Mr Nelson said she asked him to stop but Wilson did not acknowledge her.

The girl blacked out again and later came to in a bed at the house.

When the victim’s mother later realised what had happened she drove her daughter to a police station in Dundee.

Wilson also assaulted and raped a 32-year-old woman at addresses in Dundee and subjected a child to ill-treatment from the age of four.

During the abuse of the youngster he slapped and pushed her and shouted and swore at her. He also sent her a picture of one of her teddies with a knife through it, which distressed the child.

He said: “He accepts and appreciates that his behaviour was unacceptable.” Mr Renucci said Wilson now recognised the harm and effect of his actions and apologised.

He said Wilson was previously assessed as having a low IQ and had experienced anger management problems.

Wilson, who followed the sentencing proceedings from jail via a video link, was placed on the sex offenders’ register indefinitely