A dance teacher, Brett Bullock, who was serving 16 years jail term for sex offences, has been convicted to serve another four years for raping a teenager in a hotel room when he was aged 26.
Bullock, now 29, while working as a teaching assistant, raped the 18-year-old victim twice and then a third time as she slept in his hotel room in August 2019.
Hours later, police in Newquay, Cornwall arrested him on suspicion of rape and other sex offences.
He was convicted of sex offences against five girls in Newquay and jailed for 16 years in November 2020.
On Friday, Bullock was convicted of three rape offences against the 18-year-old victim in a hotel room.
He was sentenced to four years in jail on top of the 16 years he is already serving and will now not be released until February 2034.
His 18-year-old victim told Plymouth Crown Court that the rapes had left her withdrawn and suffering from panic attacks and PTSD.
She said since the attacks she had been forced to quit her job and leave her shared house.
In a statement read to the court, the woman said, “This is something I will have to live with for the rest of my life.
“While the case has been ongoing I have not been able to start to recover.”