Ireland Garda pleads guilty to sex assault on woman at Mayo hotel

10:41  14 february  2018
10:41  14 february  2018 Source:   msn.com

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  Garda pleads guilty to sex assault on woman at Mayo hotel

A serving garda made a last- minute guilty plea in a sexual assault case on Tuesday.

The trial had been told the married officer got into bed with a woman and sexually assaulted her.

Judge Rory McCabe heard last week how the garda was staying in the apartment where the incident took place with a group attending a charity event at the Breaffy House Hotel in Castlebar, Co Mayo.

The complainant told the court she had gone to bed around midnight on July 26, 2015, but awoke to feel a sexual act being carried out upon her.

Giving evidence about the evening in question, her husband said the defendant had left to go to the toilet but after he was gone for some time, those present went into the bathroom with the intention of videoing him, thinking he had fallen asleep.

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When they discovered he was not there, the husband went into the bedroom where his wife was and discovered the defendant in bed with his trousers down.

The next day the defendant broke down in front of other members of the group, saying he had not meant to get so drunk and would “never do anything to hurt” the complainant or her husband.

He sent a Facebook message to both, saying “I deeply apologise for my behaviour”, that drinking Captain Morgan rum “doesn’t agree with me” and that he felt “embarrassed, ashamed and stupid”.

When told by defence barrister Ken Fogarty the layout of the apartment’s bedroom was very similar to the defendant’s own “marital” bedroom at home, the complainant agreed she got some consolation from this fact.

Mr Fogarty yesterday advised Castlebar Circuit Court there had been a development.

He added: “The implications are significant for my client so I am making an application for a probation and welfare report.”

Judge McCabe released the garda on bail until June 13 for sentencing.

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