Polish man, 42, who kept a woman as a sex slave at his shared house for seven weeks after threatening to show intimate pictures of her ‘to the whole of Poland’ is jailed for three years
- Ryszard Bojarski kept a woman as a sex slave in a shared house for seven weeks
- He contacted her through a Polish dating website, exchanging intimate pictures
- She blocked him after an argument and he threatened to share her pictures
- She travelled to his Worcester home in November last year where he forced her into sex acts and advertised her on for sex online
- The alarm was raised by one of the housemates and he’s now been jailed
Ryszard Bojarski, 42, has been jailed for three years after keeping a woman as a sex slave
A Polish man has been jailed for three years after keeping a woman he met on a dating website as a sex slave for seven weeks, threatening to show intimate pictures of her to ‘the whole of Poland’.
Ryszard Bojarski, 42, kept his victim at his shared house in Worcester for seven weeks, with the alarm eventually raised by one of the housemates.
In that time he had made her dependent on him, forcing her to perform sex acts and advertising her online for group sex.
The pair initially met on a dating website last May and shared intimate pictures with each other.
She blocked him after they had an argument and he threatened to reveal pictures of her private parts to ‘the whole of Poland.’
She was persuaded to travel to the UK on November 12 last year and stayed with him at the house he shared with others in Tolladine, Worcester.
But within weeks he started forcing her to perform sexual acts on him and ordered her to hand over her money between December 1 last year and January 21 this year.
He also advertised her for sex on websites and controlled her by plying her with alcohol.
Bojarski was finally arrested when another housemate became concerned for the woman’s welfare and called police.
On Wednesday he was jailed for three years at Worcester Crown Court after Bojarski admitted controlling and coercive behaviour.
Prosecutor Harpreet Sandhu said Bojarski started drinking and taking drugs after he lost his job.
He said: ‘He became aggressive and abusive towards the woman and took what little money she had.
‘She found a job and he ordered her to have the money paid into his bank accounts and he would check her mobile phone so she could not contact other people.
General view of the road where the victim was held, not believed to be the house itself. She was held for seven weeks
‘He preyed on her isolation.
‘She had to stay in because he would go through her belongings if she went out and he became obsessed with her performing a sex act on him several times a day.
‘She became robotic. He would get her to dress in specific underwear, tell her what to wear and how much make up she should apply.
‘He made her reliant on him financially and emotionally.’
The court heard he even filmed her dancing and brought other men back to the house to have sex.
Mr Sandhu said: ‘He turned a fascination for group sex into a business venture.
‘He offered her sex services on a website.’
She was given alcohol and cigarettes, though Bojarski knew she had had a drink problem and he would control he by telling her she was the love of his life.
He also slapped her and took away her phone and national insurance documents with the aim of making her ‘helpless and destitute’ Mr Sandhu said.
Robert Juckes, QC, also handed Bojarski an indefinite restraining order banning him from ever contacting the victim again.