Twisted pervert plied runaway children with alcohol and cocaine before raping them
A twisted pervert plied runaway children with alcohol and cocaine before raping them in his car and even at his girlfriend’s home.
Hon Chung, 29, of Gardenside Street, Everton, befriended then groomed and exploited three vulnerable girls, aged 14 and 15.
Liverpool Crown Court heard he made one child drink a whole bottle of vodka, before a boy held her down, so he could rape her.
Chung, then 27, was found guilty after a trial of two counts of rape and three counts of sexual activity with a child.
The boy, then 16 and now 17, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was convicted of one count of rape.
Martine Snowdon, prosecuting, said Chung targeted victims who had run away from home or foster carers.
The first victim, aged 15, described him as “someone who was always there for her”.
He bought her two bottles of wine, which she drank before giving him oral sex in his car, at his request.
She and the second girl, 14, went back to Chung’s girlfriend’s home, where the boy gave the 15-year-old cocaine.
Ms Snowdon said: “She described falling about everywhere and smashing a pot because she was so drunk.”
Chung stripped and then raped the victim, despite the fact she was crying throughout.
He later asked the second girl to give him oral sex in the same bedroom.
The next victim was another 14-year-old girl, who Chung called “proper gorgeous” and pressured into oral sex.
He gave her and another girl money and let them stay in his car overnight, then struck again the following evening.
Chung made her drink a bottle of vodka and gave her cocaine, before he and the boy said they wanted to “do stuff”.
The court heard she was “extremely drunk” and her “vision blurred”, but she managed to refuse.
Ms Snowdon said: “She said ‘I’m 14 and you’re 27’. His response was ‘so?’”
Chung raped the protesting and sobbing girl, while the boy grabbed her hands to stop her moving.
Ms Snowdon said: “It was only when she said she was going to be sick that he stopped to let her get out of the car.”
Chung threw her out of the car and threatened to kill her if she told anyone, before later driving her to Belle Vale.
The victim was hysterical and threw herself in front of a passing car, but the female driver knew Chung and rang him to collect her.
His DNA was later recovered from the victim’s knickers and she had a large number of small injuries.
Chung has previous convictions for battery and possessing cocaine and cannabis, but the boy did not have a criminal record.
Judge Norman Wright said Chung knew his young victims were vulnerable, but gained their trust to abuse them.
He said the first girl attempted suicide, adding: “You have cast a very dark shadow over any future relationships that she might have.”
Judge Wright said he plied the third girl with vodka, cocaine and cannabis “to make her compliant” then raped her.
He said: “You made threats to petrol bomb her house or kill her if she told the police what happened.”
Judge Wright said the boy didn’t try to stop Chung “or even turn a blind eye” but helped him, while high on cocaine.