The cricketer Alex Hepburn has been found guilty of one count of rape after attacking a sleeping woman.
The ex-Worcestershire player assaulted the victim at his Worcester flat after she had consensual sex with his then teammate Joe Clarke on 1 April 2017.
Prosecutors at Worcester Crown Court said Hepburn “dehumanised” women, rating them in text messages.
Hepburn, who was cleared of another count of rape, will be sentenced at a later date.
Hepburn sighed and then slumped into his seat, covered his face with his hands and sobbed after the verdict was returned by the foreman.
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Prosecutors described how he “took advantage” of the woman.
She told police that after 10 minutes of sexual activity with Mr Hepburn, he spoke in a “thick” Australian accent and she realised he was not Mr Clarke.
Giving evidence during his retrial, Hepburn said: “She was engaging in the act so I presumed she was enjoying it.”
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