Aaron Snow from Finchley pleads guilty to sexual assault against woman at Borehamwood address

A man from Finchley sexually abused a woman after she told him she did not want to continue having sex.

Aaron Snow and the woman - who cannot be named - had consensual sex at an address in Borehamwood on March 16 this year, St Albans crown court heard yesterday.

But when the victim told Snow, 29, she did not want to continue, prosecutor Sally Mealing-McLeod described how he straddled her and subjected her to humiliating abuse.

Afterwards, she walked to the police station and reported Snow, who was arrested.

Snow, of Nether Street, Finchley, pleaded guilty to sexual assault and common assault.

He had 12 convictions for 16 offences, although none of them were sexual, said the prosecutor. They included causing actual bodily harm, robbery, battery and taking a vehicle without consent.

Sohail Bashir, defending, said Snow wanted to be sentenced straight away.

But Judge John Plumstead adjourned sentence until February 5 for reports to be prepared.

He said: "I am concerned about the risk he poses to the public."

Snow was remanded in custody.


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