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Who is Sajad Jamalvatan?
A Grenfell Tower survivor, Sajad Jamalvatan, has been detained at his home for 19 years for a series of five violent rapes against two s*x workers.
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Sajad Jamalvatan, 25, lured bodyguards to his home in Chelsea, west London, and pretended to pay them before restraining and s*xually assaulting them.
Police said the rapist deliberately targeted “vulnerable” women with his heartless attacks.
Sajad Jamalvatan, one of the survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017
Jamalvatan was one of the survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017 and lived with his family on the third floor of the building.
He spoke about the fire safety of the block and presented extensive evidence to the official investigation.
A little over two years after the devastating fire, the student began his series of violent rapes while living near Chelsea in West London.
Jamalvatan used escort websites to lure s*x workers to his apartment with promises to pay them.
After the women were locked in his home, Jamalvatan pretended to send them money through his banking app.
Police said victims often realized they were in danger and would try to escape, but were overpowered and raped by Jamalvatan.
If the s*x workers tried to defend themselves, Jamalvatan would become violent, covering her mouth with his hands and holding her to tell them not to yell.
Once, after an hour-long seizure, Jamalvatan insisted that he “was not a bad person.”
He said the drugs had made him violent and insisted it was the “first time” he had committed such an act.
A complex year-long investigation by Scotland Yard found that Jamalvatan was charged with five rapes between August and October 2019.
Expert detectives worked with sex worker charity National Ugly Mugs to encourage victims to come forward.
They received and downloaded information from cell phones and searched for hours of CCTV footage to try to solve the case.
Jamalvatan, of Mulberry Close, Chelsea, West London, was found guilty after a two-week trial at Isleworth Crown Court.
Sajad Jamalvatan jailed for 19 years
He was incarcerated for 19 years with an additional five-year license, and was entered on the sex offender registry for life.
Det Con James Drummond said: “Jamalvatan is a man who has a very clear victim profile: women at risk.
In court it was determined that Jamalvatan believed that the women he was targeting were not worthy of his respect and tried to undermine his rape reports by suggesting to the police that they were unreliable because of his work.
During this investigation, he also obsessively lied to the police, presenting himself as a simple PhD student who took care of his aunt and his mother.
“This could not be further from the truth.
“It is clear that Jamalvatan does not understand the seriousness of the actions that he has committed and the psychological and physical damage that he has caused.
“We cannot imagine the pain these women will have to endure for the rest of their lives after being exposed to this man’s cruel behavior, but we hope this result will give them some breathing space.”
And Scotland Yard asked other potential victims of the rapist to come forward.
Det Con James Drummond added: “We know that it can be incredibly difficult for victims of sexual assault to come forward and explain what happened to them. That is why we believe that there may be more women who have suffered at the hands of this man.
“We appeal to all others who believe they have been victims of Jamalvatan to contact us so that we can offer the support to which they are entitled.”
A National Ugly Mugs spokesperson said: “We applaud the courage of the victims who have come forward in this case and we are pleased to be able to offer assistance with the investigation.
“We honor and celebrate the courage of this victim and others, and we are here to help them heal and recover in the way they choose, and the safety tools so they can share information about others to protect themselves.”
Scotland Yard confirmed that Jamalvatan was a survivor of the Grenfell Tower fire in June 2017.
A total of 72 people died after the North Kensington Block panels caught fire causing an inferno.
Sajad Jamalvatan appeared in several television interviews
Jamalvatan appeared in several television interviews on Channel 4 and the BBC after the fire.