A rapist who preyed on vulnerable girls at a children's home was jailed for 15 years today (Tuesday, December 9).
Jason Winskill, 25, plied teenagers from the West Drayton care home with cannabis before brutally attacking them for his 'sexual satisfaction'.
His half brother, Jamie Chapman, 20, was sentenced to three years and nine months in a young offenders' centre for sending threatening messages to the victims and sexual activity with a child.
Winskill, of Hatton Grove, West Drayton, first abused a 14-year-old-girl he met at a party when he was 16, Southwark Crown Court heard.
She had tried to comfort him as he seemed upset, but he led her upstairs and sexually assaulted her – only stopping from raping her because of a knock on the door.
He went on to sexually assault another girl from the care home, also aged under 16.
He was convicted of rape and three counts of sexual activity with a child, but cleared of three further charges of rape and one count of sexual activity with a child.
Chapman, of Hillingdon Road, Uxbridge, admitted witness intimidation and was also convicted of sexual activity with a child.
One of his WhatsApp messages to a victim read: “I swear on my daughter's life I will find you and kill you. I will get black boys to rape you before we f*** you up.”
Co-defendants Bradley Greeff, 20, and a 17-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, were earlier cleared of rape and concern in the supply of cannabis, but convicted on another count of supply.
Both Greeff and the 17-year-old also pleaded guilty to a further charge of contempt of court.
Greef, of Simpson Road, West Drayton, was placed in a young offenders' institute for 22 months, while the 17-year-old received a 12-month youth rehabilitation order.