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Inside depraved rapists filthy home where 'malnourished' woman was found by cops

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A dirty mattress sprawls across the floor of a living room with garish purple walls. Pillows are scattered haphazardly, and litter surrounds the makeshift bed.

A duvet lies in a heap at the foot of an armchair. Earlier, a terrified, malnourished, and pale woman was found hiding under the lurid bedcovers.This is the home of a depraved rapist who took advantage of vulnerable sex workers during the pandemic and is described as one of the worst cases hardened detectives have ever come across in their careers.Nicholas Moxham, 52, 'recruited' women as sex workers and filmed his vile attacks using secret cameras hidden in pens.

Some of his victims were unconscious when he assaulted them. Officers initially arrested him on suspicion of voyeurism at his home in Stockport, unaware of the extent of depravity they would uncover.Following a trial at Manchester Crown Court, Moxham was convicted of a string of offenses, including rape, controlling prostitution for gain, requiring a person to perform forced or compulsory labor, and voyeurism.

He faces a lengthy sentence next month. Speaking to the Manchester Evening News, Detective Sergeant Lee Attenborough revealed more details about the harrowing case and the ordeals of the women Moxham exploited.

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