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Brixton’s ‘r Kelly’ convicted: Kevarnie Queen found guilty of manipulating and raping six young girls



Brave victims confront the “Demon” perpetrator in sentencing hearing

In a harrowing case reminiscent of the notorious R&B singer R Kelly, Kevarnie Queen, known as the ‘Brixton R Kelly,’ has been convicted on 22 counts of rape after manipulating and assaulting six young girls in South London. The Inner London Crown Court delivered the verdict after a trial, with the sentencing hearing unfolding on December 13.

Kevarnie Queen, a 19-year-old perpetrator, earned the infamous moniker due to his predatory actions that mirrored those of the American pop star R Kelly, convicted of child sex offences. Queen exhibited a chilling lack of remorse as his victims courageously detailed the psychological and physical trauma they endured.

The court heard heart-wrenching testimonies from the victims, one of whom referred to Queen as a “demon.” Laurie-Anne Power KC, the prosecutor, revealed that one victim attempted suicide multiple times, while others suffered from sexually transmitted infections (STIs) as a result of the assaults.

Queen, who targeted his victims through social media, employed mind games and body-shaming tactics to groom them. The first victim, assaulted at the age of 15, wrote a poignant statement, expressing constant fear and isolation resulting from Queen’s heinous actions.

Another victim directly addressed Queen during the hearing, condemning him as heartless and expressing the enduring pain he caused. A third victim revealed the nightmare of a two-year abusive relationship with Queen, emphasizing his lack of remorse and the lasting impact on her mental health.

The mother of a fourth victim shared the devastating transformation of her daughter, describing her as a “shell” after enduring years of suffering in just a few hours. The victim, a Christian, emphasized the profound impact on her mental health and the stolen innocence.

Prosecutor Laurie-Anne Power suggested sentencing Queen as a 15-year-old, considering the age he began his horrifying spree. However, others argue for the full weight of the law. Currently remanded in 24-hour isolation due to prison attacks, Kevarnie Queen awaits sentencing on December 18.

As the Brixton community grapples with the shockwaves of this distressing case, the sentencing will mark a pivotal moment in delivering justice for the victims and holding Queen accountable for his reprehensible crimes.


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