Queensland man Ken Anthony Jabboury jailed after trying to get strangers to RAPE his partner while she was asleep
A central Queensland man who tried to convince a group of men into raping his then partner has been jailed.
Ken Anthony Jabboury, 35, was handed a four-year jail sentence in the Rockhampton District Court on Friday.
Jabboury spent three-and-a-half months trying to convince eleven men to rape his former partner at her home while she slept, the court heard.
He was sentenced on seventeen counts of attempting to procure rape, as well as nine counts of distributing sexual content and three supplying dangerous drugs offences.
Defence barrister Jordan Ahlstrand told the court Jabboury was high on meth when he contacted the strangers online.
None of them followed through on his sexual fantasy .