Sgt Edwin Robert Mee appears in court accused of rape and sex attacks

An Army sergeant accused of rapes and sexual assaults against a total of 11 girls and women has appeared in court.

Edwin Robert Mee, 44, allegedly carried out the attacks at Army bases in Croydon and Cheam, Surrey, in 2011.

The soldier, from Croydon, faces two counts of rape and 15 charges of sexual assault. His alleged victims were aged between 15 and 25 at the time.

Sgt Mee was given conditional bail by Westminster magistrates and is due at Southwark Crown Court on 6 November.

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