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Man jailed for rape of ‘vulnerable’ Christchurch sex worker

Man jailed for rape of ‘vulnerable’ Christchurch sex worker
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/80128492/man-jailed-for-rape-of-vulnerable-christchurch-sex-worker

Dommisse’s encounter with the Manchester St sex worker broke rules about the workers being able to insist on clients respecting boundaries, keeping to agreements, stopping whenever the sex worker said, and ensuring safe sex.

The 36-year-old had a long criminal history, including a jail term for violent offending in 2007.

He had reached an agreement with the woman for her to provide a sexual service for $40, as well as half a cannabis joint and two cans of alcohol.

The woman agreed to travel in Dommisse’s car for the purpose of carrying out the service, but then he became aggressive.

Judge Kellar said Dommisse engaged in sexual activity beyond what had been agreed, in spite of being told “no” by the woman.

Judge Kellar said Dommisse raped the victim “in dangerous circumstances” – he had not used the condom that she had provided.