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Cross-dressing trust-fund baby Cameron McDermott sentenced 10 years in prison for raping unconscious women

April 15, 2018  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Cross-dressing trust-fund baby Cameron McDermott sentenced 10 years in prison for raping unconscious women

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Cameron McDermott, the cross-dressing trust-fund baby who was found guilty of the repeated rape of two unconscious women was sentenced to 10 years behind bars on Friday.

McDermott, 32, tearfully apologized to his loved ones and claimed that he takes “responsibility for his actions” before Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Mark Dwyer ordered the sentence, The New York Post reported.

“I am ashamed to be standing here. I want to apologize to all of those affected. First and foremost, I want to apologize to the victims,” Cameron McDermott said in a quiet voice. “I am truly and deeply sorry.”

His parents, Rich and Laura — who were wearing sunglasses — appeared expressionless as they remained in the back row of the courtroom.

McDermott, who is from Hempstead, New York, accepted a plea deal in February that gave him prison time in exchange for a guilty plea to charges of first-degree rape and sexual abuse.

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