A labourer who has never been convicted of a sexual offence has been banned from any unnecessary contact with women after a series of unproven allegations.
The only females Dean Dyer, 39, can speak to are not those not ‘necessarily avoidable in the course of daily life’ like bus conductors and policewomen.
If he does form the intention of having sex despite the order, he must inform her 24 hours in advance – and tell the police too.
Dyer has been accused of a series of rapes, attempting to have sex with a 14-year-old and telling a policewoman he abuse her daughter.
Although he has never been convicted of a sexual crime, District Judge Michael Snow granted a sexual risk order against him having been satisfied that he ‘has done an act of a sexual nature.’
Dyer wore a purple t-shirt, blue jeans and brown leather jacket to Westminster Magistrates where he yawned loudly and repeatedly as the judge listed seven allegations against made by different women.
‘On 2 June 2005 a woman made an allegation he raped her at her home address,’ said Judge Snow.
‘On 21 December 2011 Mr Dyer asked a 14-year-old girl for her telephone number for babysitting and later messaged her in a sexualised way.
‘She told him of her age he said he wanted to have sex with her. No action was taken because the complainant had deleted the messages.
‘On 28 September 2012 a woman alleged she met the complainant at a party, he sexually touched her and when she resisted he made threats to rape her.’
Expanding on this incident, PC James Drummond said: ‘She invited him to stay but she was adamant there would be no sexual contact.
‘Mr Dyer allegedly attempted to strip down naked which she refused to allow.
‘The pair shared a bed and the complainant fell asleep to find Mr Dyer grabbing hold of touching her breasts which led to verbal redress by the complainant and then led to Mr Dyer making threats to raping her and general verbal abuse.
‘There was an allegation he offered her money to ‘go down on her’ and she told him to shut the f*** up
‘He said I’ll f****** rape you then, b****, called her a dirty f****** sl*g.
‘She ejected him from the premises and he told her ‘you f****** b**** I’ve got nowhere to f****** go I’m down from London.
‘When he was arrested he told the policewoman he would rape her daughter.’
‘On 27 October 2016 the defendant squeezed the buttocks of a complainant.
‘He was acquitted at a Crown court but this forms part of a pattern of behaviour.
‘On 8 March 2017 a woman alleged she went to Mr Dyer’s address to buy drugs and he attempted to rape her. She had bruising on her neck.
‘On 26 October 2017 a woman said she had gone to Mr Dyer’s flat, he punched her and grabbed her hair and he then vaginally and orally raped her. She refused to engage in the proceedings.
‘On 3 December 2020 a woman alleged Mr Dyer had tried to rape her inside his address. He attempted it but did not succeed because he was unable to obtain an erection.’
Prosecutor Jennie Oborne said while it was possible Mr Dyer had been ‘extraordinarily unlucky’, he had frequent sexual abuse allegations levelled against him since he was 21 and said ‘any woman who enters into a relationship with him should be aware’ of them.
Dyer’s only criminal conviction came in 2019 after he was filmed shouting anti-Muslim abuse on a train, days after the attack on a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand.
‘In the video which was posted on YouTube by an unnamed user, Dyer admitted his hatred for Muslims and showed no sympathy for the 50 victims of the New Zealand terrorist attack,’ said the CPS after his conviction in October.
He was fined £400 for racially aggravated harassment for the offence on the train between West Croydon and Canada Water on 19 March.
Dyer, of Westbourne Park Road, Notting Hill, was handed a sexual risk order.
He was ordered to have no contact with any female or child under the age of 18 which is not ‘necessarily avoidable in the course of daily life’.
Dyer will only be allowed to be with women or children after they or their guardians have been informed of the order.
He is also barred from having sex with a woman unless he has notified her of the order and Charing Cross police station of his intentions 24 hours ahead of the event.
The judge banned Dyer from having any contact with a woman unless it is unavoidable, and gave the example of a bus conductor.
He said Dyer should have ‘no contact with any child under the age of 18 or any adult woman which is not necessarily avoidable in the court of daily life or without the express consent of the child’s guardian or the woman in question after having been informed of the terms of this order and consent can only be given after they have been made aware of this order.
‘The exemptions are in a case of emergency of if the female is working as a public servant and in the course of her duties, for example a bus conductor or working on a train.
‘Mr Dyer is prohibited from engaging in any sexual activity with a female person unless he has notified the person and police in the area in which Mr Dyer resides 24 hours in advance or within 24 hours of the activity.’
The judge noted Dyer would be able to have sex with men without notifying them of the order or alerting Charing Cross police station because ‘the allegations only refer to women’.
If he fails to comply he could face a maximum sentence of five years in prison.