Naser Mahmood, 37, a businessman of Bradford Road, Shipley, has been jailed for 16 years for the abuse of two girls when he was a teenager.
He denied the charges but was convicted of two offences of ‘abusing’ and six allegations of indecent assault after a trial last week and was sentenced for 16 years in jail at Bradford Crown Court.
Naser Mahmood abused the two girls when he was aged between 14 and 18-years-old, after assaulted one of the victim, he asked her to pick up the Quran and told her, “Promise you won’t tell anyone or I will kill you.”
Court heard, how over 4 years period, indecent assault moved to abuse and only ended when victims were old enough to stop him.
one girl reported the abuse in 2012 but did not take the allegation further at that time, but police were eventually alerted in 2016.
Married father-of-two who was in charge of his family’s business, which employs 18 people is
An NSPCC spokesperson said: “Mahmood committed horrendous offences against these two women when they were still vulnerable young girls. Their trauma has been compounded by his callous attempts to brand them liars and drag them through distressing court proceedings.
“Both have shown incredible bravery in coming forward, and have shown that justice can be achieved no matter how long ago the offences occurred.”