Sex attacker used fake penis ‘in the dark’ to trick women during sex

A transgender man had sex with three women in the dark while using a prosthetic penis so they thought he was born male.

Thanks to an ultra-realistic strap-on, Tarjit Singh, 32, who was born Hannah Walters, tricked his victims into believing he had been a man all his life.

It was only when one of his lovers found the strap-on after a few months of going out that she discovered Singh's lie and reported him to the police.

Abusive Singh even claimed to a partner from dating site Plenty of Fish, to have been born male but was having a sex-change to become female.

To aid his act, Singh would also keep his clothes on and insist the lights were off during romps, prosecutors said.

Describing sex with the defendant, one victim said: “He looked like a guy, he acted like a guy.”

The woman who found the fake penis lying around told police that she felt so stupid that she fell for it, according to the Crown Prosecution Service.

When the victims started questioning his status, Singh became abusive and manipulative, telling one victim there was more to a relationship than sex and that she should learn to talk about her feelings more, prosecutors said.

Singh told another victim he was born a boy, had a sex change to become a woman, and now wanted to be a man again.

The third victim met Singh after he messaged her on dating site Plenty of Fish in 2014.

Soon into their relationship, Singh told her he would be having a sex change to become a woman.

She met with Singh after what she believed was the sex change operation, and noticed he now had breasts but no scarring from surgery.

Singh was caught out after this relationship became abusive and the victim made a complaint to police.

Investigators then linked this case back to the two earlier victims that had already been reported to police.

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At Snaresbrook Crown Court yesterday (Weds), Singh was found guilty by a jury of three counts of assault by penetration, six counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm and one count of making a threat to kill between June 2010 and March 2016.

Melissa Garner, senior crown prosecutor in the Rape and Serious Sexual Offences unit of the CPS London North, said after the conviction: “Singh has never admitted his crimes and has continued to claim that these victims were aware of his gender.

“The victims in this case have shown immense courage in coming to court and giving evidence.

“Sexual offences can be some of the most complex cases that we prosecute. I hope these convictions go some way in providing the victims with closure. The CPS is committed to bringing sexual offenders to justice.”

Singh, from Enfield, north London, will be sentenced at the same court in July.

If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 08 08 16 89 111 or visit their website, www.victimsupport.org.uk.

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