A sex offender was sentenced in the US for burning a disabled woman with a cigarette.

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source: www.fox5ny.com

A sex offender was sentenced in the US for burning a disabled woman with a cigarette.

The judge gave him a time-served sentence and a fine of more than $ 500 after spending a year in prison for other crimes.

A registered sex offender from the state of Idaho (United States) was sentenced Tuesday for burning a disabled woman with a cigarette.

The aggressor, called "Pirate" ( Pirate ), had a month barely back to freedom after spending a year in prison for sex crimes.

The man, who has a facial tattoo covering almost the entirety of his face, will not pay more jail time for his new misdeed, as the court gave him a time sentence. Still, he will have to pay a fine of $ 515 as part of a plea agreement you signed during the process.

"He was more than ready for trial because he felt he had the burden of proof," said Pirate, who legally changed his birth name, Daniel Selovich, in 2013.

"I felt that I had justice on my side. My only regret is that I went without a container or whatever, "he added.

Pirate, 43, was charged with burning a disabled woman in November 2009, the Idaho State Journal reported.

The Journal said he met the victim on a dating app and then stayed at her home, allegedly burning her multiple times and throwing ashes into her mouth.

The victim alleged that he also put his foot in his mouth and supported his head with his hands.

Pirate has a long list of criminal records, according to reports.

A 2004 assault on a disabled woman in Las Vegas forced him to register as a sex offender. According to the report, he was linked to that case using DNA and arrested in 2016.

He downplayed his criminal past in an interview with KRCR-TV in California, where he was living in early 2020. "All of these charges are downgraded or dismissed," he said at the time.

"These are positions that, at a minimum, are usually 15 years; the maximum is for life. So now, either I'm the luckiest guy in the world, or maybe there are more to these stories, "he added.

Pirate is a known and feared sex offender in the community who has advanced several petitions to ask district attorneys not to release him.