OLATHE, KS (KCTV) -- A Johnson County deputy faced the man who raped her and described the night he and another man kidnapped and attacked her.
The devastating testimony came at the sentencing for Brady Newman-Caddell. And she was not the only rape victim who told her story in court on Wednesday.
Newman-Caddell appeared to show no emotion inside the courtroom as several of his victims told their stories.
“I knew I was going to be raped," the 23-year-old victim told the court.
It happened in October 2016 after an overnight shift at the county jail. She was abducted by two men. One of the men sitting in court was Newman-Caddell
“I was doing anything to survive," the deputy said as she sat across from her rapist.
Another victim also took the stand. The Independence woman explained the day she was raped by Newman-Caddell in her bed next to her 2-year-old daughter.
He lived in the same apartment building. DNA evidence connected the two 2016 sexual assault cases.
Two women with past relationship with Newman-Caddell also testified.
Each said, he was “physically and mentally abusive” and “threaten to kill them” while they were together.
Newman-Caddell’s attorney says his client was also the victim of sexual assault and suffers from PTSD and is bi-polar.
A medical doctor who testified said Newman-Caddell is a sexual predator and a threat to women he comes in contact with.
Judge Brenda Cameron thanked the women who testified for their courage and immense strength.
Closing arguments will be on Jan. 23 at 1:30 p.m. that’s when the judge will give her final sentencing.