Monster who raped his own MOTHER three times while high on meth is jailed for 17 years – as harrowing details of his attack are revealed for the first time
- Man raped his mother three times while drunk and high on methylamphetamine
- He returned to his Western Australian home in November and hit her on the hip
- The man dragged her by her hair to the bedroom where he raped her three times
- A District Court of WA judge sentenced him on Monday to 17 years in jail
A man who raped his own mother three times while high on meth has been jailed for 17 years – as the judge described the crimes as an act of ‘utmost evil’.
The man, who cannot be named to protect the identity of the victim, was drunk and high on methylamphetamine when he returned to their Pilbara home in Western Australia in November.
When the man arrived home he hit his mother on the hip with a heavy-duty PVC pipe.
The attack, which came without warning, caused the 56-year-old woman to fall to the ground.
A man who raped his own mother three times while high on meth has been jailed for 17 years – as the judge described the crimes as an act of ‘utmost evil’ (stock image)
The man then dragged her by her hair to her bedroom and raped her three times.
He pushed her off the bed onto the floor and went to sleep in another room, leaving her screaming on the floor with a fractured hip until the next morning, when she managed to crawl to a phone and call a daughter for help.
A District Court of WA judge sentenced the man on Monday after his lawyer said ‘this is some pretty horrific offending’ that his client could not recall.
The judge said the fact the victim was the man’s mother took the case beyond anything he had encountered in his career.
He said a message needed to be sent that anyone who used meth and as a result committed an extraordinarily serious offence would be punished severely.
‘People under its influence are prone to commit criminal offences of a wide range of seriousness up to and including acts of the utmost evil, which is what I’m dealing with here,’ the judge said.
‘Of course it wasn’t methylamphetamine that raped your mother … it was you.’
The judge said he recognised the jail term was ‘extraordinarily high’ but reflected extraordinarily bad, violent sexual offending.
The man must serve 15 years before he is eligible for parole.