Husband admits to raping wife with sex toys after trying to kill himself

Disturbing footage has shown a husband admitting to abusing his wife after she was seen giving a graphic description of what he had done.

The scenes were aired on Channel 4 documentary To Catch A Sex Offender last night.

Trish managed to escape the home in Southampton where husband Nigel Coomber had imprisoned her and called police begging for help.

When they arrived, she told them Coomber had tied her up with a rope around her neck and abused her with sex toys.

Talking through a flood of tears, she was filmed telling police: “Years ago we had some sex toys and he abused me with them tonight.”

Officers quickly arrived at the property and discovered Coomber had tried to hang himself.

He then confessed to the crime, saying: “I want to tell you I’ve abused my wife tonight.” The rapist went on to say he was "completely disgusted" with himself.

The true extent of the crime was then revealed by the officer standing in the room, as he told a colleague what to charge him with.

“He strangled her with a rope, he’s then hung himself to near unconsciousness,” he said. “Sex toys, front and rear penetration and unlawful imprisonment.”

Police urged Coomber to save his confession for the police station, knowing his attempt to take his own life would make the current one inadmissible in court.

But when he was at the station, he refused to give any information and simply replied: “No comment.”

He later claimed he did not intend to rape her and had in fact been the victim of abuse by his wife, bizarrely saying he had been locked in the shed by her.

Coomber later changed his plea to guilty of all nine counts against him.

Trish recalled on the show the disturbing threats he made to her.

"He just kept repeating, 'You're gonna die tonight you f**king b***h’,” she said.

"'Everything I f***king wanna do to to you, you're gonna take it no matter what.'

"He was threatening to put this knife inside me, I just didn't know if I was going to survive or not that night."

Coomber pleaded guilty for three counts of rape, three of assault by penetration, one of false imprisonment, one of making a threat to kill and one of attempting to choke or suffocate with intent.

He was jailed for 12 years and six months at Salisbury Crown Court in December 2018.

But, three months later, he died at Southampton General Hospital in what senior coroner Grahame Short said was from the “delayed effects” of hanging in his cell.

For emotional support, you can call the Samaritans 24-hour helpline on 116 123, email [email protected], visit a Samaritans branch in person or go to the Samaritans website.

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