- Lloyd Phillips, 48, of Southampton, assaulted his 22-year-old victim in hotel
- He had given her the illegal drug BZP, which can trigger seizures, and drink
- Told hotel staff 'girlfriend' was drunk; borrowed wheelchair from reception
- Victim woke hours later and he told her they'd had a night of consensual sex
- Phillips convicted of rape, sexual assault by penetration, and sexual assault
- He's now serving 11-year jail term for the 'depraved' attack on young woman
A businessman who told a woman he was taking her to a Saturdays concert instead drugged her, put her in a wheelchair and pushed her a hotel where he raped her for nine hours.
Lloyd Phillips, 48, plied his 22-year-old victim with a cocktail of drugs and alcohol that left her suffering seizures as he drove her to Wembley Stadium.
This picture shows the moment he pushed his victim into a hotel where he told staff his 'girlfriend' was drunk and disabled before taking her to a room and assaulting her.
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Sick: The businessman is seen wheeling the empty wheelchair towards his car in the hotel car park
Phillips is seen in this CCTV still wheeling his unconscious victim towards the hotel reception
With her arms blackened and heavily bruised, she was dropped home.
She continued: 'I remember feeling absolutely rotten. What had happened didn't really hit me until about five days later.
'My head was still swimming from the after effect of what he had given me.
'I just felt like it was my fault, that I was stupid to have let myself get into that situation. I blamed myself.
'Not knowing exactly what had happened to me made that all worse.'
'He is a vile human being and I hope he dies in prison so he cannot hurt anyone else.'
-Phillips' victim, after her attacker was jailed
It was the following day when, feeling particularly unwell, she went to accident and emergency as Southampton General Hospital.
She promptly broke down, begged for help, and told doctors she did not know what had happened to her. They called police.
Phillips was arrested and charged within a matter of hours.
Depraved attack: Phillips, from Southampton, had told his victim they were going to a Saturdays concert
She added: 'Whenever I've had to think about it, it has made me sick.
'I still do not know the full extent of what he did to me and what happened on that night.
'I used to be a very trusting person who would see the good in everyone, now I find it hard. I almost became a recluse and now struggle to form any friendships.
'I was just lucky that I had the people I did to help me through it and to give me a new focus, especially my mum.'
The woman believes she is not the only victim of Phillips, who had bragged about relationships and encounters with other young women.
Urging them to find the courage to come forward and speak to police, she said: 'I would urge anyone in my situation to be brave, come forward and speak out.
'I didn't do it just for me, but for other girls who have not been able to find that courage yet.
'You told her she had chosen to have nine hours of sex instead of going to the concert.'
-Judge Mrs Justice Levy, who jailed Phillips
'I have some measure of justice, although no sentence will ever be enough for what he did to me.
'He is a very dangerous, clever and manipulative person who will twist anything to get his own way - a vile human being.
'My hope now is that he dies so he cannot hurt anyone else.'
Judge Mrs Justice Levy jailed Phillips for 11 years.
She told him: 'She suffered two or three seizures outside in the car park, but you did not seek medical assistance because you were worried you could not stay in the hotel.
'You told her she had chosen to have nine hours of sex instead of going to the concert.
'She did not remember anything of the things you talked about. It came as a complete shock to her.'
This week Phillips admitted possessing class B and class C drugs at his Lucid head shop in Southampton, three years ago.
He had sold them as legal highs called 'Giggle' and 'Magic', Southampton Crown Court heard.
Judge Richard Hill jailed Phillips for 18 months and told him: 'You were warned that Giggle and Magic were no longer legal but nevertheless you carried on selling them.'
The shop is now under new management.
His victim, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, collapsed in court while giving her evidence and still suffers nightmares.
Speaking after the case, she said: 'He is a vile human being and I hope he dies in prison so he cannot hurt anyone else.
'He picked me up from home that day and we set off in his car.
'We got onto the M3 and the last thing I remember was the sign for the A34. I started to come round the following morning and had no idea what had happened.
'I remember feeling contorted, like I was on a boat. I could barely walk. Everywhere, including all the bedding, was covered in blood.'
She recalled how she felt 'sick and confused' as she sat in the passenger seat of his car and he told her some of what she had supposedly agreed to in bed the previous night.
But she could not remember a thing.
She added: 'I was stunned because he was saying that he was glad I didn't feel weird about what had happened.
'He actually said to me: "Sometimes girls might cry rape".'