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Suspected serial rapist barred from contact with women and children despite no sex crimes convictions

A SUSPECTED serial rapist has been barred from contact with women and children despite having no convictions for sex crimes.

Dean Dyer was handed the extraordinary Sexual Risk Order last week by a court that heard a list of accusations made against him.

He even has to give police 24 hours’ notice if he thinks he is going to have sex.

The construction worker, 39, has been accused by seven different females — including a girl — of rape, sexual assaults, grooming and threats.

Dyer never faced charges for most of the allegations.

Accusations go back to when he was aged 21.

When arrested over one alleged attack, he told a female police officer he would rape her daughter, the court was told

Dyer, of Westbourne, West London, yawned as Judge Michael Snow listed the claims against him at Westminster magistrates’ court.

Despite his clean record for sex crimes, the judge was satisfied he was guilty of “an act of a sexual nature”.

He faces up to five years’ jail if he breaches the order.

His only conviction was in 2019 when he was filmed in an anti-Muslim hate rant.

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