Worboys was convicted in 2009 of attacking 12 women
Black cab rapist John Worboys is selling his £250,000 flat in North
The convicted predator, 61, bought the one bedroom flat in April in 1981 and currently makes £861-a-month by renting it out – according to the
But the disgraced cabbie, who once owned properties across the UK, is now being forced into a mass sell-off to pay for legal fees.
According to the agents marketing the property, it is in a ‘sought after development; in Enfield, North London.
It has a shower room and garage and has been lived in by the same tenant for 26 years.
Last month it was announced Worboys will remain in prison for at least two more years as police revealed he could also be charged with new sexual offences.
Worboys, 61, was convicted in 2009 of attacking 12 women but detectives believe he may have targeted more than 200 others in
Worboys’ £250,000 one-bedroom flat in Enfield, North London has been rented to the same tenant for 21 years
The flat is a one-bedroom purpose-built apartment with a communal garden outside and a garage
The sexual predator had a ‘rape kit’ in his cab and would convince victims to share a glass of wine or Champagne with him to celebrate a bogus lottery win.
But he would spike the drink with sleeping pills and abused them while they lay unconscious in the back seat.
Worboys is waiting to learn if he will face new sex charges after fresh allegations against him.
He will need to pay for lawyers if he is prosecuted and will also need representation should he make a fresh parole bid in two years’ time.
Worboys built up a property portfolio across the country but has had to sell them off to pay for legal fees
Outside the north London flat there is a spacious patio area and a well-kept communal gardens
Timeline: How rapist John Worboys was caught and almost got released
2002 to 2008: 12 women – many with limited memory of what happened – are drugged and sexually attacked
2007: John Worboys arrested but released because police teams were overstretched and some doubted a black cab driver could be responsible
February 2008: John Worboys is arrested by police.
March 2009: John Worboys convicted of one rape, five sexual assaults, one attempted assault and 12 drugging charges. His sentence is indeterminate but must be at least eight years in jail
2010: Met Police admit they have received 102 new complaints from 100 women since his trial and conviction.
The CPS later defended its decision not to pursue more cases claiming majority ‘did not pass the evidential test’
2015: Worboys loses first parole application.
January 2018: A panel of three Parole Board members directs Worboys’ release.
March 28 2018: High Court overturns the decision and orders case be looked at again
November 19: Worboys’ parole application is rejected for another two years.
Police says CPS has new file related to other alleged sex attacks.