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Moment police bust suburban rape den of middle aged man who kept malnourished women as slaves and secretly filmed himself attacking them while they were unconscious using ‘hidden pen cameras’

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This is the moment a sick rapist, who recorded his attacks on sex workers with secret cameras, was bundled into a police van.

Bodycam footage from Greater Manchester Police showed Nicholas Moxham being placed into custody for his slew of ‘depraved’ offences against women. 

The 52-year-old was later found later guilty of a numerous offences, including rape, prostitution, slavery and sexual assault.  

When police descended on his home in August 2021, one woman was found ‘pale and malnourished’ lying under a duvet on the floor of his living room.

Safeguarding measures were put in place to protect the woman immediately, according to police. 

Nicholas Moxham (pictured) was bundled into the back of a police van after a warrant following reports of a man named 'Nick' spending time with sex workers emerged

Nicholas Moxham (pictured) was bundled into the back of a police van after a warrant following reports of a man named ‘Nick’ spending time with sex workers emerged

Moxham of Briarfield Road, Heaton Chapel, has been found guilty of a slew of offences, including rape, prostitution, slavery and sexual assault

Moxham of Briarfield Road, Heaton Chapel, has been found guilty of a slew of offences, including rape, prostitution, slavery and sexual assault

The sex offender also tried to discard any evidence, tossing a hard drive from his bedroom window as police arrived. 

Investigations unearthed the depraved rapist would attack women in his home and sometimes while they were unconscious. 

Authorities also discovered spy hole cameras, storage devices as well as other hard drives. 

Authorities were alerted to Moxham after witness reports of a man named ‘Nick’ lingering around homeless shelters and spending time with sex workers emerged.

Moxham recruited six women as sex workers, whilst also organising others to meet up at his home address as well as another property in Longsight, Manchester.

The rapist would use spyhole cameras installed in items such as pens to film his sickening attacks on his victims.  

Numerous videos were found of Moxham raping or sexually assaulting women. 

Moxham, of Briarfield Road, Heaton Chapel, was found guilty of a total of 32 charges after a five-week trial at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court.

When police descended on his home in August 2021, one woman was found 'pale and malnourished' lying under a duvet on the floor of his living room

When police descended on his home in August 2021, one woman was found ‘pale and malnourished’ lying under a duvet on the floor of his living room

Moxham would use spyhole cameras installed in items such as pens (pictured) to film his sickening attacks on his victims

Moxham would use spyhole cameras installed in items such as pens (pictured) to film his sickening attacks on his victims 

Among his charges included rape, attempted rape, voyeurism, assault by penetration, controlling prostitution for gain and requiring a person to perform forced of compulsory labour.

Detective Sergeant Lee Attenborough described the case as ‘one of the most horrific and upsetting,’ his team has worked on.

Branding Moxham as a ‘controlling and predatory sex offender’, he added: ‘[He] thought he was untouchable, denying his horrendous crimes right to the very end, forcing his victims to go through the ordeal of a trial.

‘He showed absolutely no regard for any of his victims, some of whom won’t even know they were targeted due to the calculated and covert methods he used to take advantage. 

‘His offending was well-planned and continued whilst he was under investigation, even boasting to one of his victims that he was too clever for police.’

‘His victims have been extremely brave, and I can only commend them for coming forward to give evidence against Moxham. 

Moxham (pictured) will be sentenced for the 32 charges he  has been found guilty of in July

Moxham (pictured) will be sentenced for the 32 charges he  has been found guilty of in July

He added: ‘I know this hasn’t been easy, but thanks to their courageous actions, Moxham is off our streets and will now face a considerable time behind bars.

‘I know that reporting crimes like this can be incredibly difficult and traumatic, but we would urge anyone who has suffered violence or controlling behaviour of any type to come forward. 

‘If anyone has been affected by this case or believes they may have been targeted, we have specialist officers who can help.

‘We are determined to bring offenders to justice and make Manchester a safer place for everyone.’

Moxham will be sentenced for his crimes in July. 



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