Zia Uddin ( Primark security guard raped and sexually abused four teenage girl) Wiki, Age, Bio, Family, Net Worth, More Facts You Need To Know
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Zia Uddin ( Primark security guard raped and sexually abused four teenage girl) Wiki, Age, Bio, Family, Net Worth, More Facts You Need To Know

Zia Uddin Wiki

Brookia Security employed Zia Uddin to work in a Primark store in Kingston upon Thames and his colleagues said he kept condoms in the control room.

A Primark security guard raped and sexually abused four teenage girls he caught shoplifting in south-west London.

Zia Uddin Age

He is 27 years old.

Zia Uddin criminal records

He told them that they would obtain a criminal record if they called the police and that they could remain locked up for a considerable time. Uddin was convicted of rape and four counts of causing or inciting a child to participate in sexual activities after the trial, will be sentenced on November 19. Jurors were told that their colleagues noticed that Uddin had not completed the shoplifting paperwork correctly and had requested that CCTV be removed. By taking the victims to the store, they would offer to pay for the items or work in the store to make peace.

Uddin made it clear that he wanted sexual acts and a victim said “there was no other option.”

During a trial in Kingston Crown Court, Uddin accused the victims of lying after saying that he attacked them in the control room of the store and threatened to call the police if they did not comply with their demands. He told them that they would obtain a criminal record if they called the police and that they could remain locked up for a considerable time.

Zia Uddin raped and sexually abused

The 27-year-old Zia Uddin forced 15-year-old girls to perform sexual acts in exchange for not telling her parents that they had tried to take items from the store.

Uddin was convicted of rape and four counts of causing or inciting a child to participate in sexual activities after the trial, will be sentenced on November 19. Jurors were told that their colleagues noticed that Uddin had not completed the shoplifting paperwork correctly and had requested that CCTV be removed. By taking the victims to the store, they would offer to pay for the items or work in the store to make peace. Uddin made it clear that he wanted sexual acts and a victim said “there was no other option.”

Graham Partridge of the CPS said Uddin would take advantage of ‘young girls in a vulnerable situation.’ ‘He abused his authority by telling them to perform sexual acts for him with the promise that they would then be released without their parents or the police being informed about what they had done.

Graham Partridge of the CPS said Uddin would take advantage of ‘young girls in a vulnerable situation.’ ‘He abused his authority by telling them to perform sexual acts for him with the promise that they would then be released without their parents or the police being informed about what they had done. “Having worked in security, Uddin was also aware of the” blind spots “of the CCTV camera and took advantage of them to carry out his offense. ‘The case of the accusation could count on the strong testimony of the witnesses of the victims, who were able to testify by prerecorded video after the CPS requested special measures.

Partridge also said the phone evidence showed that Uddin had made a series of personal phone calls to other girls accused of robbing stores after acquiring their phone numbers through the incidents.

‘During the trial Uddin claimed all the victims were liars and refused to take responsibility for his actions. ‘He has now been held accountable for his actions’, Mr Partridge added. A Primark spokesperson said: ‘This has been a horrendous ordeal for the victims and their families and we are truly sorry for what they have suffered. Our thoughts are very much with them. ‘The nature of these offences is shocking and distressing.

‘Zia Uddin abused the trust that was placed in him by his employer, Brooknight Security, and by us, by taking advantage of his victims, who were young and vulnerable.’ In response to trial an NSPCC spokesperson said: ‘Uddin’s victims have shown a tremendous amount of bravery in recounting the actions of a man who cruelly exploited their vulnerability. ‘Uddin’s role gave him power and authority over these girls and he betrayed that privilege for his own twisted satisfaction, indisputably proving the danger he poses to young people.’

 

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