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Rapist cop panicked and binned his sex toys after Wayne Couzens captured

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A woman who endured years of sick sexual abuse from rapist cop David Carrick after meeting him through Tinder says he binned his collection of kinky sex toys after news broke of Wayne Couzens being arrested for the Sarah Everard murder.

She told The Mirror that Carrick subjected her to a vile campaign of abuse – forcing her to submit to BDSM torture, making he clean his home while naked, and treating her violently even on their first date.

She is now planning to sue the Metropolitan Police because the force failed to stop the vile pervert despite the alarm being raised on at least nine separate occasions.

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The mother of two said she had responded to his initial online advances because he told her he was a police officer and that made her think he was someone she could trust.

However, she added: “When I first saw him I didn’t like him. He looked like he’d been drinking. He asked me to come back to his house to show me his snakes. I said ‘no’, I’d only just met him. He got me by the neck and tried to lift my top up. I was scared.”

Despite her reservations, they met up again, with Carrick making ever more twisted demands: “He wanted me to clean his house naked. I only ever did it once. It was embarrassing".

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“He had a drawer full of sex toys,” the woman added, “He had this red bondage thing under his bed, where you could tie someone up by the neck, wrists and ankles. He whipped me. He made me lie down and forced himself on me.”

But, she says, after Wayne Couzens was arrested in 2021 for ­murdering Sarah Everard, Carrick threw away his sex toys. She said: “I think he knew he could be in trouble.”

The Met has already admitted errors in failing to deal address reports about Carrick’s behaviour during his 20-year police career, including nine incidents between 2000 and 2021.

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One victim told The Guardian that the firearms officer had sent her selfies where he was brandishing his police issue gun and told her “I can kill you without leaving any evidence.”

She also said Carrick, 48, had restrained her with his police-issue handcuffs and prevented her from leaving him by threatening to plant drugs in her car, saying: “Who are they going to believe?”

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.

Yvonne Kestler, from law firm Leigh Day, said: “There appears to have been many complaints made about David Carrick’s appalling behaviour which the Met failed to act on and this enabled him to carry on his abuse, believing that the law could not touch him.

"The Met has a duty to investigate complaints about officers in their own ranks who have displayed unacceptable behaviour to women.”

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