A Wiltshire rapist who treated his "terrified" victim like an "inanimate object" has been jailed for six years.
James Rumney raped the female victim twice after they met on a night out.
Rumney was out with a group with friends in September 2020 when he met the victim.
When they moved on to the home of one of the friends in the group, Rumney and the woman had consensual sex.
But, during the evening, Rumney, of Poulton Hill, Marlborough, demanded more sex which his victim didn’t want.
He forced himself on her and raped her twice before she eventually managed to leave the bedroom to get away from him.
A jury at Swindon Crown Court unanimously found the 29-year-old of guilty of two counts of rape last month.
The victim has been praised by the sentencing judge and police for her bravery in reporting the crime.
Today, two years after the incident, Rumney was sentenced to six years in prison and will be on the sex offenders register for life on release.
Judge James Townsend said during sentencing: "I do not take you had consensual sex earlier, a mitigating factor.
"The impact on your victim has been devastating. I want to pay tribute to her for revealing these matters and to go through the trauma of giving evidence."
Detective Constable Sally Booth from Wiltshire Police said: “This case has highlighted how a relatively typical situation, where a man and woman have consensual sex together after meeting up on a night out, can quickly change to the awful crime of a serious sexual assault.
“Our victim asked the perpetrator to stop on more than one occasion but he refused and continued to force himself on her, at times treating her like an inanimate object.
"She was terrified and very distressed and it took an enormous amount of bravery for her to get away from him and then report it to us.
“Situations like this where something starts out as consensual but quickly turns to non-consensual I believe are not uncommon.
"However, often a victim will feel like they cannot report it because they agreed to sleep with the perpetrator in the first place and so no-one will believe them.
“This is just not true. If you have been or ever are in situation like this, you must report it – a serious crime has been committed.
"You will be believed and treated by specially trained officers. We will investigate the crime and take every action possible to bring the offender to justice.
“I’d like to thank the victim for having the courage to come forward and report this in the first place.
"It’s not an easy thing to do but her bravery in doing this helped us investigate this crime which led to this jail sentence.”
Victims of sexual offences can report these crime to police by calling 101 or 999 in an emergency.
They can also seek support and counselling from the Swindon and Wiltshire Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) by contacting 01793 781916.