Three men who filmed the gang rape of an intoxicated 16-year-old girl at a western Sydney house party on a GoPro have been jailed.
Kurt Stevenson, 27, and Andrew Waters, 25, were last year found guilty of multiple charges related to the assault at a St Clair party, in New South Wales, in 2015.
NSW District Court Judge Sharron Norton sentenced Stevenson to a maximum of 13 years in jail and a non-parole period of nine years on Friday.
The last to be sentenced, Tristan Carlyle-Watson, 27, was sentenced to a minimum of four years and nine months, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Waters was jailed for a maximum of 11 years and six months with a non-parole period of seven years and eight months.
In July, Senior Constable Katie Sinclair spoke to the teenager and her mother at their home.
Under examination from Crown prosecutor Sharon Harris in NSW District Court, Ms Sinclair said the girl told officers she was invited to a party by one of the accused on Facebook.
The girl told police she had ‘two cones of cannabis’ and was ‘made a drink’.
‘I didn’t want to drink it but I did,’ the constable recalled the girl saying.
Under cross-examination, Senior Constable Katie Sinclair told Carlyle-Watson’s lawyer Paul Glissan while she initially described the girl as being ‘shocked’ it was ‘probably the wrong word to use’
The jury heard the teen told police she ‘blacked out’ for a few hours, ‘woke up naked’ and was ‘bleeding from her vagina and her anus’.
The girl told Constable Sinclair and police she was picked up and taken to the party by a ‘fat’ girl with ‘bright eyes’ and ‘brown hair’.
Under cross-examination the constable told Carlyle-Watson’s lawyer Paul Glissan while she initially described the girl as being ‘shocked’ it was ‘probably the wrong word to use’.
‘She was crying, she was distressed.’