Who is Milton Brown? Wiki, Bio, Age, Rapist, Sexual Assault, Trial, Investigation

Milton Brown

Milton Brown Wiki – Milton Brown Bio

Milton Brown is a predatory rapist who sparked outrage when he grilled his victims in court for kicks is facing life in jail after being convicted of another attack.

He lured a woman back to his home in Stoke Newington before putting her in a headlock and raping her in May last year.


He is 67 years old.

Milton Brown Sexual Assault

The 29-year-old managed to flee the flat, followed by Brown on a bike, and told Thames Water engineers what had happened as they repaired pipes at night on Seven Sisters Road.

Criminal Record

In 1997, Brown was jailed for 21 years for raping one woman and sexually assaulting another after enticing them back to his flat after nights out, as well as a savage attack on his then-girlfriend.


The trial attracted the attention of former Prime Minister Tony Blair and triggered a change in law for sexual assault cases, as Brown sacked his legal team and spent five days cross-examining the three victims himself.

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Defendants accused of sexual offenses were subsequently banned from questioning their victims after a High Court judge ruled it amounted to “second rape.”

A detective on that case branded Brown “the evilest man I have ever come across.”

A sentencing judge said he lacked “the feature that distinguishes man from beast – namely humanity.”

On Monday, Brown was unanimously convicted by a jury of two counts of rape, one count of attempted rape, and one count of assault by penetration following a three-week trial.


Chief Superintendent Marcus Barnett, commander of Hackney and Tower Hamlets, said: “The Met is committed to doing everything we can to keep women and girls safe and to feel safe in London.

“Our teams stop at nothing to investigate reports of sexual offenses and to provide support to victims.

“If you have been a victim of sexual assault or rape or you have information about an offender, contact police on 101 or 999 in an emergency – there are specially trained officers who will listen and investigate where needed.”

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