A rapist and his friend who helped him carry out the attack on a woman who was lured to a house have been jailed.
The 19-year-old victim had consented to have sex with Farouk Aremu but then his friend, Christopher Genendo, came in the room and raped her while Aremu watched on and let it happen.
A court heard the victim has been left traumatised by the ordeal and said they ruined her faith in people.
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Genendo, 22, of Melbourne Court, Newcastle, was found guilty of rape following a trial and Aremu, 24, of Fourstones Close, in Kenton, Newcastle, was convicted of aiding and abetting rape.
As Genendo was jailed for nine years and Aremu ten years and both were told them must sign the sex offenders register for life, their victim became upset while reading an impact statement to Newcastle Crown Court.
She said she continues to suffer anxiety and depression as a result of the attack and added: "Whether I like it or not I will always remember what happened to me that night. I think about it every day.
"I try not to but it forces into my head and when I think about it I feel anxious and depressed.
"Immediately after it happened I was in absolute shock. I left the address and I can honestly say I had thoughts of self harm. I was waiting for a lift home and saw a bridge and thought about jumping off it.
"I couldn't believe what happened to me.
"I've had regular thoughts about self harm, believing hurting myself might stop the pain.
"Since this happened I have been a different person and feel scared being out on my own.
"I don't trust people the way I used to and I'm not comfortable with new people.
"These men have ruined my faith in people and the impact is far reaching"
She said she feels she has had to keep what happened a secret from lots of friends and relatives to avoid putting pressure on her family.
Sentencing them, Judge Edward Bindloss said: "The rape took place in Newcastle at an address after Aremu, you lured the complainant to an address where Genendo was, unknown to her, lying in wait.
"You both intended to have sex with her and when she discovered there were two men involved, she, understandably, reacted adversely and it came to an end."
The judge added: "Both of you intended together to rape her.
"There's a general sense of entitlement and an exploitation of her goodwill."
Paul Cross, for Genendo, said he has mental health issues and added: "He continues to deny responsibility for this."
Alec Burns, for Aremu, who was at university at the time, said: "He is a hard-working young man who has the benefit of a supportive family."
Judge Bindloss said the pre-sentence report shows no remorse or empathy and demonstrates a "sense of entitlement".
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