Rape victim Kayleigh found out her attacker Aspiotis had been released 43 years early via media (Image: Facebook / Collect)
Last month the Sunday Express revealed how Dimitris Aspiotis was quietly released after serving just nine years of a record 52-year prison term for a series of horrific rapes of British tourists and holiday workers in the popular resort of Kavos on Corfu. Kayleigh Morgan was a holiday rep aged 23 when she was dragged into woods at knifepoint. Aspiotis, 47, raped her five times during a 14-hour ordeal after stalking her in August 2010. She bravely waived anonymity and gave a harrowing account of the rape with two other victims at a Greek court.
In December 2012, Aspiotis received the record sentence - for which Greece was applauded.
Miss Morgan, who now works as an air hostess, said of his release: “A friend of my mum’s read about it in the Sunday Express and told us. I couldn’t believe he was out.
“When I heard, I felt sick. It was a kick in the teeth. I still feel sick. It feels like there is no justice.
“When he got 52 years I was told by the judge it was with no parole. She even told me to go and enjoy my life because he would never get out.”
She was left traumatised by the horror