LONDON: Sex attackers have targeted a homeless woman after luring her into a hotel with a hot drink

Matthew Bibb (left) and Jake Johnson (right) in their police mug shots

Matthew Bibb (left) and Jake Johnson (right) were jailed (Image: Met Police)

Two men, seeing a homeless woman walking on the street in cold and wet weather, tricked her into returning to her hotel so they could sexually assault her.

Matthew Bibb, 32, and Jake Johnson, 26, both from Birmingham, told her they would give her a hot drink and let her warm up.

But when they returned to their hotel in Hammersmith, London, they subjected her to a prolonged and violent sexual assault before kicking her out.

The distraught woman fled and reported the incident to the hotel manager and her friends, who helped detain the suspects at the hotel.

Bibb of Northfield and Johnson, who had no fixed address, had gone out to buy alcohol when they spotted the woman out in the cold and lured her back with them.

They were arrested when she reported the incident but initially denied that the victim had been in the hotel room or that they had assaulted her in November 2018.

The couple were imprisoned at Isleworth Crown Court in London (

The couple were jailed at Isleworth Crown Court in London (Image: PA)

Police examined CCTV and forensic evidence and testimonies, and eventually the men were charged.

They then pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual assault by penetration and were both sentenced to 11 years in prison on November 23 at Isleworth Crown Court.

After the case, Detective Constable Carrina Turner said: “Bibb and Johnson subjected the victim – a clearly vulnerable woman – to horrific, humiliating and degrading sexual abuse.

“These are precisely these predatory and violent sex offenders that we work to eradicate.

“I would like to commend the victim for his courage and composure during this lengthy investigation.

“I know that she is understandably still suffering the long-term effects of such a horrific ordeal, but I hope that this outcome and the knowledge that her actions may have prevented further crime can bring her some comfort.

“We always take any allegation of sexual assault seriously and work hard to support the victim and seek justice for them.

“I would urge all victims to speak to us directly or to contact us through a third party support group such as The Havens or London Survivors Gateway. Both offer a 24/7 emergency number if you need to speak to someone for the first time. The most important thing is not to suffer in silence.’

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