January 2019

Sex beast attacked teen virgin then sent her vile texts blasting her performance in bed

A “privileged” sex beast was today jailed for three years after he carried out a brutal sex attack on a teenage virgin – before sending her vile texts blasting her performance in the bedroom.

Edinburgh University student Felix Beck collapsed in tears in the dock as he was handcuffed and led away to start the lengthy jail term.

Beck, who is pictured on student websites swigging champagne in posts praising his sexual prowess, told the girl he “wouldn’t have got aggressive” if he had been happy with her performance.

One Edinburgh University student website brands Beck “Maddest Fresher” and states he will always be found “with a bottle of Moet in each hand”.

It states: “Daddy’s credit card certainly is loyal. In terms of a **** leader board, we have clear winner.”

The High Court in Aberdeen heard that vile Beck told her after the attack he “wouldn’t have become aggressive if she hadn’t given him a **** blow job”.

A judge excoriated Beck for his “sense of sexual entitlement and arrogance” after the court heard his victim was left bruised and bleeding, now suffered from PTSD and had had to switch universities to complete her studies.

Only weeks before the attack Beck had been quizzed over a rape allegation by another woman – a charge for which he was ultimately acquitted at his trial last month.

It is understood that Beck was allowed to continue his studies – and was set to graduate this summer with a job already lined up for him if he dodged jail today.

But now he will spend a lengthy period behind bars after a judge told him

Despite allegations circling him Beck used Tinder to meet his 18-year-old victim, who swapped sexual messages with him before agreeing to meet at her halls of residence.

The woman told police that she and Beck went to her room and they were consensually kissing and she told him “to take control” as she did not want to feel awkward. She said she had wanted him to take the lead.

She said she was sexually inexperienced and nervous and saw Beck as a second-year student who slept with quite a few girls and “knows the ropes”.

The woman, who had recently started university, said he had carried out a sex act on her but grabbed her round the neck and dug his fingers in.

She said: “When he took his hand off my neck I told him I didn’t like that. He didn’t say anything.”

The woman denied that she ever asked or suggested that he should choke her during the encounter.

She said she did not ask him to bite her on the thighs and he did not ask if he could bite her there or on her private parts.

She said that as far as she was concerned the sexual contact became non-consensual when he started choking her and she told him to calm down. She said she was scared it would escalate.

The woman was later seen by a university lecturer who saw that she had bruises round her neck.

She said the student told her she had invited an acquaintance into her halls of residence and they kissed but at some point he tried to strangle her and forced her into a sex act.

Beck, 22, of Old Infirmary Lane, Edinburgh, claimed the woman told him she wanted to be spanked and during the encounter asked if he would like to choke her.

But a jury found him guilty of sexual assault by penetration committed in October 2016 in Edinburgh – deleting an allegation of oral rape from the charge.

The jury also cleared him of two other rapes said to have been committed prior to that attack on another woman.

Judge Lord Uist jailed Beck for three years and placed him on the sex offenders register for life.

He said: “You come from a comfortable, indeed privileged background, and are in the fourth year of your studies.

“You have only yourself to blame for the situation in which you now find yourself which arises out of the lifestyle you were leading and your sense of sexual entitlement and arrogance.

“The way you treated your victim both during and after your violent attack was callous and disgraceful.

“I must have regard to your background but also to the consequences for your victim and the public interest in the protection of women and punishment of sexual crime.

“The crime was a grave one but not mitigated by any behaviour on your part and merits a custodial sentence.”