Drunk migrant robbed by Lincoln mum offering sex for money
A drunken migrant worker was robbed after going to a city flat for sex with a mother of four, Lincoln Crown Court was told.
54-year-old Witold Bisak agreed to go to the flat in the Newark Road area of the city after drinking vodka with Kelly Wright and her accomplice Wayne Nelson.
Mr Bisak, who met the pair while on his way to visit a friend, drank more alcohol at the flat before being attacked by Wright who had intended to have sex with him for money.
He was struck by Wright and then Nelson punched him before the pair went through his jacket and stole his money and bank cards.
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Other people turned up at the flat and Mr Bisak was later hit with a bottle leaving him with serious facial injuries.
The court was told that neither Wright nor Nelson was responsible for the later attack.
Robert Underwood, prosecuting, said "Mr Bisak was heavily intoxicated and demonstrably vulnerable."
Wright,35, of Frank Swaby Court, Lincoln; and Nelson, 39, of Holly Street, Lincoln, each admitted robbery on 6 October 2012.
Wright was jailed for two years and Nelson was jailed for two years and seven months.
Judge Sean Morris, passing sentence, told them "This offence is so serious that only an immediate custodial sentence is justified.
"Your victim was incredibly vulnerable. He was so drunk he didn't know what was happening."
Michael Cranmer-Brown , for Wright, said "She was prepared to offer herself to him [Mr Bisak] for money. She was short of money and that was what everybody expected to happen but for some reason or other things turned nasty.
"Miss Wright became frustrated with him because she wanted to have the money and was prepared to do business with him. He was mucking about. She accepts she began to slap him and accepts pulling his hair."
He said Wright is physically disabled with her left leg being two inches shorter than her right leg. She also suffers from depression and panic attacks.
"When she was arrested she became very distressed. She was ashamed of what happened and knew what she had done was wrong. It was on the spur of the moment arising from her frustration. She was desperate for money. Her benefits had been stopped and she was effectively penniless."
Mark Knowles, for Nelson, said his client accepted he was going to prison for what he did.
He said Nelson had recently become a father and was anxious to resume his relationship with the child's mother.