Serial rapist’s victim demands to know why Romanian attacker was let into Britain despite sex assault convictions

A MUM-of-four raped by a serial sex attacker has demanded to know why he was let into Britain.

Sharon Jones, 42, was subjected to a two-hour assault by Romanian repeat offender Vasile Nastase.

The monster had served time abroad for two almost identical rapes but slipped into the UK unnoticed.

Despite being sentenced to a total of 16 years in prison in his home country, Nastase, 49, came in without cops noticing and got a job in a factory.

Sharon told The Sunday People: “Why has this happened to me?

“We put our trust in the Government to protect us and they keep failing.

“I haven’t even had a letter from the Home Office ­apologising and ­recognising they made a mistake by letting this man into the UK. They aren’t keeping women safe.”

Nastase met Sharon in a nightclub in Leigh, Lancs, two days before her 42nd birthday.

She was later walking home alone when he grabbed her in the street and forced her into the house where he was living.

Sharon said: “He then raped me from behind. He worked his hands up my body and I thought he was going to strangle me.

“He was laughing and mumbling in his own language, smirking and grunting. He seemed to get pleasure from my ­terror.

“I started thinking he was going to chop me up.

“I was pleading like I’ve never pleaded with anyone my whole life. He just pointed to the door and said ‘go.’”

Nastase was arrested but Sharon was horrified when he was released on bail to return to his home in Leigh, just 400 metres from her own.

Sharon had no idea Nastase was a serial rapist until she found out from the probation report printed in a local paper.

It revealed he was sentenced to six years in prison in Romania in 1993 for beating and raping a woman and ten years in 2009 for a second rape.

For weeks after attach Sharon woke up screaming in the night and worried she may have caught HIV.

Nastase was jailed for a minimum of ten years in August, with a judge saying he posed a significant risk to others.

He was also given a restraining order banning him from ever contacting or attempting to ­contact Sharon and he was placed on the Violent and Sex Offender Register for life.

But Nastase ­hardly served any of his sentence.

Four days into it he killed ­himself by slashing his neck at Forest Bank prison in Salford.

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