Gang rapist’s ex Alexandra Mastropetros avoids prison for intimidation and drug charges


Alexandra Mastropetros has avoided prison for drug smuggling and intimidating her former lover, Australian gang rapist, Mohammed Skaf.

Skaf was the ringleader of a spate of notorious gang rapes in Sydney’s southwest in 2000, and was jailed alongside his brother Bilal and several others.

The 33-year-old Mastropetros faced Bankstown Local Court for sentencing this week after pleading guilty to stalking and intimidating Skaf, and smuggling $100,000 worth of illicit drugs into prison.

Bankstown Local Court Magistrate, Glenn Walsh stated there was “significant criminality” in Mastropetros’ offending.

The 33-year-old was sentenced for intimidating her former lover Mohammed Skaf. Photo NCA NewsWire  Flavio Brancaleone.
The 33-year-old was sentenced to an Intensive Corrections Order for intimidating her former lover, Mohammed Skaf. Photo: NCA NewsWire / Flavio Brancaleone.

“It must of course be viewed as objectively serious, to deal with it otherwise would be to ignore what is relevant in criminal circles,” Magistrate Walsh said.

According to The Daily Telegraph, Mastropetros was sentenced to 18-months (Intensive Corrections Order) which is a form of community-based incarceration.

Magistrate Walsh warned Mastropetros that if she did not adhere to the order, she would face imprisonment.

Source: The Daily Telegraph




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