Lesbian predator, 28, who attacked a woman in a nightclub toilet before a second victim revealed on Facebook ‘she did it to me too’ faces jail after being found guilty of sexual assault


A lesbian sex offender who attacked two women in nightclub toilets 19 days apart is facing jail after being found guilty of sexual assault.

Jennifer Mallee, 28, is believed to have spiked the drink of her first victim before leading her into a toilet cubicle to sexually assault her.

Less than three weeks later the predator carried out a similar attack on another young woman who she trapped in a cubicle in another club.

The first woman only came forward three years later when she read about the second attack and posted on the Facebook article: ‘She did it to me, too.’

Her message prompted the second woman to contact her and the pair, who were strangers, met up in a Starbucks to share their experiences.

It gave the first victim the confidence to report her attack the police and they charged Mallee with sexual assault.

Jennifer Mallee, 28, pictured at Bournemouth Crown Court where a jury found her guilty of three counts of sexual assault

Jennifer Mallee, 28, pictured at Bournemouth Crown Court where a jury found her guilty of three counts of sexual assault 

She denied the allegations but was found guilty of three counts of sexual assault following a six day trial.

The first assault happened in the early hours of New Year’s Day 2019, when the victim met up with Mallee at the DYMK club in Bournemouth, Dorset, after being dumped by her boyfriend.

The woman, who was aged 22 at the time, had about three rum and cokes and then started feeling ‘weird’, believing that her drinks had been spiked.

In her police interview she said: ‘It was like an out of body experience. It was really strange, like I was frozen. I couldn’t talk, everything was muffled around me.’

Mallee led her by the hand to the toilet and locked the cubicle door before she indecently assaulted her.

The victim was able to escape when other revellers banged on the door because they had been in the cubicle for some time.

Mallee denied the allegations but was found guilty of three counts of sexual assault following a six day trial

Mallee denied the allegations but was found guilty of three counts of sexual assault following a six day trial

She said that after the attack she blocked it from her mind and thought she wouldn’t be believed if she made a complaint.

Then in May 2022 she read an article in a local newspaper about Mallee being convicted of a similar attack on another woman.

That assault happened in the toilets of Cameo nightclub in Bournemouth on January 20, 2019.

The first assault happened in the early hours of New Year's Day 2019, when the victim met up with Mallee at the DYMK club in Bournemouth, Dorset, after being dumped by her boyfriend

The first assault happened in the early hours of New Year’s Day 2019, when the victim met up with Mallee at the DYMK club in Bournemouth, Dorset, after being dumped by her boyfriend

Mallee trapped the second victim in a cubicle and put her hand up her skirt, with the assault lasting about 20 seconds.

Mallee admitted the sexual assault and was given a 12-month community order and placed on the sex offenders’ register for five years.

The first victim, now 26, became aware of the news when her ex-boyfriend sent her a screenshot of the article asking ‘is this you?’

She told police in interview: ‘I immediately ran downstairs and told my mum ‘someone has come forward about that girl’.

‘As soon as I said that (comment) I thought ‘why would I put that there?’ It was almost like a cry for help. I’m almost glad I did it because that’s how I met (the second woman).

Cameo nightclub in Bournemouth (pictured) where a similar attack happened in the toilets on January 20, 2019

Cameo nightclub in Bournemouth (pictured) where a similar attack happened in the toilets on January 20, 2019 

‘She messaged me saying ‘hello I’m the girl from the article, I just wanted to know if you’re okay’. It was just nice to be able to talk to someone who understood, who knew how I was feeling.

‘We met up for a coffee to talk about what we had gone through.

‘I felt I have to do it (come forward) for me and to keep other people safe..’

Mallee claimed the young woman had made up the attack and said they had only shared a New Year’s ‘peck’.

But a jury found her guilty of three counts of sexual assault and not guilty of one.

Mallee, of Bournemouth, will be sentenced on June 7.



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