(fashion) A woman raped by the 'Beast of Kavos', who preyed on holidaying British women, has spoken out in horror as the rapist is released 45 years early and allowed to return to the holiday resort.
Kayleigh Morgan, 32, who has waived her anonymity to raise awareness, endured a 14-hour ordeal by Dimitris Aspiotis on the party island of Corfu.
Aspiotis, 47, was caught and sentenced to 52 years in prison, but has now been released back to the resort where he repeatedly pounced, just seven years later.
Kayleigh Morgan, 32, who has waived her anonymity to speak out, endured a 14-hour ordeal by Dimitris Aspiotis on the party island of Corfu
The serial sex offender is believed to have preyed on over 100 women visiting the island before being arrested in 2012.
Sick: Dimitris Aspiotis was handed a 52 year jail-term by a court on the Greek mainland in 2012 for re-offending after his release halfway through a six-year sentence in 2010. He has now been released seven years into the sentence
The British Airways stewardess from Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, told The Sunday People: 'I want to know why he's out. I don't believe he's changed. A person like that can never change and now I'm in the face terrified he'll do what he did to me again to more victims. When I heard he was out I was in complete shock.
'I burst into tears and felt sick to my stomach and disgusted.'
Without prior warning to any of the women he had assaulted Aspiotis is now living back in Kavos, Corfu - despite Greek authorities claiming that the rapist wouldn't be released on parole until he was aged 92.
Kayleigh, who was working as a holiday rep in 2010 when she was raped by Aspiotis was told to put the incident behind her and enjoy her life by a judge after she gave evidence against Aspiotis at his trial - she was not informed of his release.
The attack happened as she was taking an afternoon walk along the beach, leaving her partially sighted and scarred after Aspiotis punched her in the face and stole €1,000 she had collected from her