A former public schoolboy who carried out rapes on two young women has been locked up for two decades.
Self-proclaimed city trader Chiron Hutchinson, who attended fee-paying St Bede’s, where model Lottie Moss was in the same year, was convicted last month of three offences of rape.
Neither victim had met him before they were attacked within six days of each other in Tunbridge Wells.
Both were described as drunk and in vulnerable states when Hutchinson drove them in his mother’s hire car to secluded areas on the outskirts of the town and attacked them.
Two other alleged victims also came forward as a result of subsequent publicity.
Hutchinson denied six offences of rape, six of sexual assault and one of attempted rape in relation to all four between July and October last year.
He was found guilty on majority verdicts of two rapes of a 17-year-old on October 2 and one