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A “monster” care worker raped and s**lly assaulted an unknown number of elderly patients in a series of gruesome attacks at two nursing homes, The Independent has revealed. Teo-Valentin Todorovits pleaded guilty to 12 counts of rape, sexual assault, voyeurism and neglect. The assault charges include sex with multiple victims who suffer from a mental disorder.
Some of his victims suffered from dementia and did not realize they were being attacked. The 22-year-old took photos and videos of his assault, but some of his victims could not be identified from the footage, The Independent understands. There are two known victims and an additional 10 unknown residents are feared to have been attacked over a three-year period.
Questions have also been raised about the police response. A detective inspector is among three Essex police officers being investigated by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) following claims they failed to adequately investigate initial reports of rape and sexual assault. Todorovits was convicted earlier this year and the case did not come to light until The Independent discovered it. He is scheduled to be sentenced in the fall.
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A source described the defendant as “a monster of a man” and added: “Yes, it’s horrible, but for families, the worst thing is not knowing if their loved ones were among those attacked. “For the families in the previous care home, they knew there were parents involved and they could deal with it, but for the families in the second home, they just didn’t know. “That’s the worst, to think that your father died after being abused and you didn’t know it.”
Six crimes were committed in 2020 and 2021 at a nursing home in Essex, and a further six at another Essex nursing home in late 2022. Due to reporting restrictions, specific care homes cannot be named. Todorovits pleaded guilty to two counts of rape, six counts of sex with a person with a mental disorder, two counts of voyeurism, one count of battery and one count of willful neglect.
Essex Police told The Independent: “This has been a difficult investigation for the victims, their families, the nursing homes where the incidents occurred and for the officers who have been involved in the investigation. “The families of the victims are being supported by specialist officers and that support will continue.”
The source, who has knowledge of the case, told The Independent: “I think the level of abuse was preventable. If officials had exercised due diligence, the abuse could have been stopped sooner.” The Independent understands that a complaint was initially made to the police after the first offence.
Essex Police said they found issues of concern when they investigated how officers responded to that initial complaint. A spokesperson said: “As a result of a review of the investigation as it progressed, we identified areas in the early stages of the investigation that caused concern and referred to the IOPC as a result.
“A thorough investigation by Essex Police has since been carried out, which has identified the scale of Todorovits’ crimes and ultimately brought him to justice.” The spokesperson added: “At this stage, three officers face a conduct investigation. Those officers have not been a part of the investigation since the early stages and continue to be supported by force.”
The local authority, Essex County Council, said it had launched an adult protection review into the case. A CQC spokesperson said: “We are aware of these extremely serious allegations. We remain in close contact with the police, local authorities and providers to ensure people are supported and safe.”
The news comes amid growing controversy surrounding thousands of reports of sexual incidents in NHS trusts. However, CQC data obtained by The Independent suggests a broader problem within adult social care with 1,840 reports of sexual abuse, assault or misconduct reported to the watchdog between August 2020 and August 2021. This is compares with just under 900 reported in hospitals during that period. In 2020, the CQC published a report noting that 16% of the 882 complaints of sexual abuse in adult social care services were against employed staff or temporary workers.Read More……..