Raghu Singamaneni Wiki – Raghu Singamaneni Biography

A monster who raped women as young as 17 after luring them into job interviews has been jailed for 19 years. Raghu Singamaneni, 50, from Luton, was found guilty of raping and sexually assaulting four women at Wood Green Crown Court on Friday. He met the first victim, aged 17, during a fake job interview in which he was asked to return the next day. The teenager met Singamaneni in her living room, where she insisted that she should have a glass of prosecco that made her sick and intoxicated.

The 50-year-old man, who ran two massage parlors in Islington and Wood Green, took her minor to a hotel where he sexually assaulted and attempted to rape her. Another victim of the prolific rapist was a 19-year-old who said she was assaulted in a massage parlor on the High Road, north London. She said that Singamaneni had asked for a massage, she insisted that she drink some vodka and then he raped her.

Raghu Singamaneni Age

The age of Raghu Singamaneni is 50 years.


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Raghu Singamaneni rapped a girl

The attacker also raped a 23-year-old after meeting him at a Golders Green hotel for another fake job interview. When they were alone in her room, Singamaneni filled her with alcohol before forcibly removing her clothes and raping her. Another 17-year-old girl also became a victim of the rapist after she applied for a job as a masseuse.

After speaking to a woman about the possibility of an interview, she was told to meet Singamaneni at a hotel for a ‘trial massage’. She was harassed with drugs and alcohol at the hotel, where she was later raped. Singamaneni was convicted of three counts of rape, two counts of penetrative assault and one count of attempted rape.

Detective Constable Hussain Sayem, who led the investigation, said: “This man used his position of authority to carry out a series of sexual assaults on young women. Many of these women were lured by the hope of employment, but were later subjected to the most horrific sexual assaults. “I have no doubt that Singamaneni thought these women would never speak out against him or believe them. He was wrong, these women did have the courage to speak up, and the jury found him guilty by a unanimous verdict.


“Some sexual predators believe they can get away with murder, but this case shows they can’t and will be brought to justice. Lastly, we know that Singamaneni is a serial offender and it is quite possible that he has attacked other women who have not felt up to coming forward and reporting his ordeal to the police. “I urge anyone in this role to reach out and mention Operation Sting – he will be heard and supported by specially trained officers.”Read More…….

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