A teenager who used the name “Jimmy Saville” on social media was detained for five years on Thursday after raping a schoolgirl.
Reigh Braidwood attacked the 15-year-old after she had been drinking heavily in Rosyth.
Braidwood, 19, denied raping the girl but, after he was found guilty, a jury heard he had admitted other sex crimes before the trial.
Two of the offences involved sex acts with girls aged 14 and 15 – one on the same night as the rape.
At the High Court in Edinburgh Lord Pentland said: “Despite her condition and vulnerability, you forced yourself on her for the purposes of your own sexual gratification.”
He said a background report concluded Braidwood had “a particularly negative attitude towards women and girls” and a propensity to exploit others.
The judge ordered Braidwood be kept under close supervision for a further two years and remain on the sex offenders register for life.
The rape victim told the court in September 16 2017 she could “hardly stand” after drinking cider.
She said she could remember Braidwood having some sexual contact with her.
She told advocate depute Susanne Tanner QC he did not stop when she told him to. She said she kept blacking out.
She said she did not want to have intercourse with Braidwood.
He was found guilty of raping the girl at St John’s Primary School, Heath Road and Hillwood Terrace, Rosyth.
He previously admitted having sex with another 15-year-old girl at a park near Dunfermline railway station, between July 1 and September 30 2017.
He also had a 14-year-old girl carry out a sex act on him in Rosyth on the night of the rape.
He further admitted breaching bail and making threatening and abusive remarks at an address in Cowdenbeath.
The advocate depute said police found screenshots which showed the username “Jimmy Saville” and Braidwood’s profile picture.