Mohammed Kabeer Malik, 23, of Girlington, Bradford, jailed for eight years for raping ‘vulnerable’ schoolgirl. He drove a teenage girl to a secluded location before attacking her in the back of his car.
A judge described Mohammed Kabeer Malik’s expressions of remorse as “unconvincing” and he noted that the 23-year-old’s guilty plea had only been offered after there was a DNA match to semen found on the teenager’s jacket.
Malik, of Agar Street, Girlington, Bradford, admitted charges of oral rape and sexual assault when he appeared from custody before Judge Neil Davey QC at the city’s crown court.
Mr Wood said the teenager believed that the car was locked when Malik climbed into the back seat and started kissing her. After committing the oral rape offence Malik jumped back into the driver’s seat and took the girl home.
Malik was arrested in January after the girl told a teacher what had happened, but he denied even knowing the teenager and said there had been no sexual activity.
Although Judge Davey decided he did not have the evidence to conclude it was a “grooming” case he added: “She was defenceless against you once you had her trapped in your vehicle.
“In those circumstances I am satisfied she was particularly vulnerable due to her personal circumstances.”
Malik was sentenced to seven years in jail for the oral rape offence with an additional 12 months in prison for the earlier sexual assault on the teenager.
The judge also imposed a lifelong sexual harm prevention order which bans Malik from having unsupervised contact with under 16s.