London Metropolitan Police officer David Carrick has been charged with 9 new offenses, together with six counts of rape. Carrick is now going through 29 costs of sexual abuse.
The Crown Prosecution Service on Monday revealed 9 new costs in opposition to the 47-year-old police officer, comprising six counts of rape, one depend of tried rape, one depend of assault by penetration, and one depend of coercive and controlling habits. The fees relate to 4 ladies, and allegedly occurred between 2009 and 2018.
Carrick was first charged with rape in October, after a girl he met on the Tinder relationship app accused him of pressuring her into getting drunk and having intercourse along with her in opposition to her will. Carrick denied the accusation, however three extra ladies got here ahead alleging that he had raped them, and now, with a complete of eight ladies accusing him, the fees in opposition to Carrick allege that the London cop raped prolifically.
In complete, Carrick is now charged with 29 offenses in opposition to eight ladies between 2009 and 2020, together with 13 counts of rape, 5 counts of sexual assault, three counts of assault by penetration, and three counts of coercive and controlling habits.
Carrick is at present suspended from responsibility and can reply to the newest costs on the Westminster magistrates’ courtroom on Wednesday.
Talking on the time of his arrest in October, London Police Commissioner Cressida Dick mentioned that she was “deeply involved” by the allegations in opposition to Carrick, however wouldn’t converse additional whereas felony proceedings had been underway.
Carrick’s case was one among a number of scandals to rock the Met final 12 months. In September, police officer Wayne Couzens was handed a complete life sentence for falsely imprisoning, raping and murdering Sarah Everard the earlier March. Carrick served in the identical unit as Couzens, and his first accuser mentioned that she got here ahead after listening to about Couzens’ sentencing.
Some 771 Met Cops and workers have confronted sexual misconduct allegations over the previous 11 years, with solely 83 people being fired from the service, in response to knowledge obtained by iNews underneath a Freedom of Data request. Throughout that point, 163 officers from the Met had been arrested for sexual offenses, with 38 of these later convicted.
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