UK man guilty of raping five women from Earlier on October 15, Wales international footballer Ched Evans was found not guilty of rape by a jury at Cardiff Crown Court following a retrial.
Evans, who plays for English third-tier club Chesterfield, was accused of raping a 19-year-old woman in a hotel room near Rhyl, Wales, in May 2011.
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The 27-year-old was previously found guilty of rape, but the jury was told that the Court of Appeal had quashed the conviction and ordered a retrial.
British parliament briefly locked down over ‘suspicious package’ On March 2, a British man was found guilty of raping five women he met through the US Internet dating service match.com, which he was allowed to use despite complaints to the website from his victims.
The attack reportedly took place in the early hours of last Friday and the suspect, who police have not named, was detained later that day. Police said the man had been released on bail until January pending further inquiries.