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* Chuck Bass in ''Series/GossipGirl'' tries to rape two different characters in the pilot episode. As the series goes on, he himself says that this behavior was a common occurrence in his younger years.


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* ''Fanfic/TheRedemptionOfHarleyQuinn'': In addition to mass death and destruction, Harley and Ivy have committed their fair share of rape of both men and women, sometimes even sharing victims. Ivy's record goes well past 100 thanks to her MindControl pheromones.

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* ''Fanfic/TheRedemptionOfHarleyQuinn'': In addition to mass death and destruction, Harley and Ivy have committed their fair share of rape of both men and women, sometimes even sharing victims. Ivy's record goes well past 100 thanks to her MindControl pheromones.


* Evidently the case with [[HateSink Sohei Dojima]] of ''VideoGame/Yakuza1'', as when he kidnaps Yumi, Kazama immediately realizes how much danger she's in due to Dojima having done it before with other women.

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* Evidently the case with [[HateSink Sohei Dojima]] of ''VideoGame/Yakuza1'', as when he kidnaps Yumi, Kazama Kazuma immediately realizes how much danger she's in due to Dojima having done it before with other women.women.
* In the free horror VisualNovel ''Funeral'', [[spoiler:the protagonist, once the CEO of a multinational corporation, is revealed to have slept with many women, many of them by coercion, and this came to light due to his victims coming forward #metoo style, with devastating effects upon both his business and his family, the latter of whom have never forgiven him for his actions or his lies]].


* Stans from ''Film/{{Predators}}'' is implied to be one, bragging about how when he gets home he's going to "snort so much cocaine, and rape some fine bitches." It's PlayedForLaughs in this case, and we never find out if he'd actually follow through.

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* Stans from ''Film/{{Predators}}'' is implied to be one, bragging about how when he gets home he's going to "snort so much cocaine, and rape some fine bitches." It's PlayedForLaughs in this case, and we never find out if he'd actually follow through.through - he's a useful and reliable ally to the protagonists throughout his screentime, and the film leaves the possibility open that he may have played up his backstory and AzCrazy attitude to some degree.

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* ''Film/BigDriver'': Lester raped many women with the help of his mother and brother.

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* ''Manga/MoriartyThePatriot'': Flashbacks show that Duke Enoch J. Drebber was a prolific rapist of women, having them kidnapped, tortured and raped before killing them afterwards.


* ''Manga/DeathNote'': One of the few non-murderers whom Light kills for crimes is a man who allegedly raped several women and got away due to lack of evidence. Light uses his death to [[spoiler: prove to FBIAgent Ray Penber that he's Kira and get information about the FBI's Kira investigation, before killing Penber as well.]]

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* ''Manga/DeathNote'': One of the few non-murderers whom Light kills for crimes is a man who allegedly raped several women and got away due to lack of evidence. [[note]]The Japanese justice system is prone to not pursuing charges against suspects unless a conviction is all but assured. This bit of ValuesDissonance incidentally also partly explains why Light never considers that some of his targets might have been [[MiscarriageOfJustice wrongfully convicted]].[[/note]] Light uses his death to [[spoiler: prove to FBIAgent Ray Penber that he's Kira and get information about the FBI's Kira investigation, before killing Penber as well.]]



* ''Anime/CrossAnge'': It's very strongly implied in the second episode, even before her AttemptedRape of Ange, that Zola made a habit of taking sexual advantage of her subordinates. Later confirmed when Hilda tells Ange that [[QuestionableConsent she basically went along to get along]]. [[spoiler:This makes her death in combat in the second episode due to Ange's inexperience rather {{karmic|Death}}.]]
** The BigBad is basically a [[GodIsEvil 'divine' rapist]]; he grows sexually obsessed with any woman who rejects him, quickly disposes of them once he's bored, and {{MindRape}}d ''the entire world of mana'' with his science experiments into becoming the bigoted sheep that plague the heroes.

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It's very strongly implied in the second episode, even before her AttemptedRape of Ange, that Zola made a habit of taking sexual advantage of her subordinates. Later confirmed when Hilda tells Ange that [[QuestionableConsent she basically went along to get along]]. [[spoiler:This makes her death in combat in the second episode due to Ange's inexperience rather {{karmic|Death}}.]]
** The BigBad is basically a [[GodIsEvil 'divine' rapist]]; he grows sexually obsessed with any woman who rejects him, quickly disposes of them once he's bored, and {{MindRape}}d {{Mind Rape}}d ''the entire world of mana'' with his science experiments into becoming the bigoted sheep that plague the heroes.




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* ''Literature/{{RCN}}'': Adele and Tovera once kill a serial child predator they encounter on a mission. Tovera remarks that even though her former employer, [[JustTheFirstCitizen Guarantor]] Porra of the Alliance, doesn't have a problem ''killing'' even young children [[{{Realpolitik}} to achieve political goals]], even he would turn his nose up at doing it for sexual pleasure.



** "Re-Do" has Dick Reed, a SerialKiller whose M.O. was to tie a woman up to her bed with electrical cords, beat them, torture them, rape them, then finish them off by lighting their bed on fire. He did this to four women, three of whom were killed. He got caught thanks to the adequate description given to the NYPD by Rebecca Watalski, the only surviving victim. He's then released five years later when [[OffOnATechnicality the DNA evidence that convicted him is ruled inadmissible due to a protocol mistake by an overworked lab tech]]. [[spoiler:At the end of the episode, he tries to do his usual M.O. on Erin, the D.A. who convicted him, but is fatally interrupted by her father Frank.]]

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** "Re-Do" has Dick Reed, a SerialKiller whose M.O. was to tie a woman up to her bed with electrical cords, beat them, torture them, rape them, then finish them off by lighting their bed on fire. He did this to four women, three of whom were killed. He got caught thanks to the adequate description given to the NYPD by Rebecca Watalski, the only surviving victim. He's then released five years later when [[OffOnATechnicality the DNA evidence that convicted him is ruled inadmissible on appeal due to a protocol mistake by an overworked lab tech]]. [[spoiler:At the end of the episode, he tries to do his usual M.O. on Erin, the D.A. who convicted him, but is fatally interrupted by her father Frank.]]



* In the ''Series/InTheHeatOfTheNight'' episode "Rape," Chief Gillespie gets a hunch that Steven Ainslee, who raped Virgil's wife Althea as the Crime of the Week, has done it before--the particulars of the crime strike him as having experience behind them. He's right: he finds circumstantial evidence that Ainslee raped at least two other women in the last two towns he worked in, and uses it to convince Ainslee's wife to break the alibi she gave him.
--> "It's not over for Althea Tibbs. And it's not over for the next woman he rapes. And we both know he's going to rape again."

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In the ''Series/InTheHeatOfTheNight'' episode "Rape," Chief Gillespie gets a hunch that Steven Ainslee, who raped Virgil's wife Althea as the Crime of the Week, has done it before--the particulars of the crime strike him as having experience behind them. He's right: he finds circumstantial evidence that Ainslee raped at least two other women in the last two towns he worked in, and uses it to convince Ainslee's wife to break the alibi she gave him.
--> ---> "It's not over for Althea Tibbs. And it's not over for the next woman he rapes. And we both know he's going to rape again.""
** In another episode, the Sparta police go after a cult leader for reported rapes of young girls.


* ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'': [[BigRedDevil The demonic Trigon]] has raped ''hundreds'' of women over the centuries, [[ChildByRape including Raven's mother]][[note]]whether it was a BedTrick or rape without any pretense [[AdaptationalConsent varies with the retelling[[/note]]. This isn't out of lust, but in order to sire powerful children to spread his evil and help him conquer.

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* ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'': [[BigRedDevil The demonic Trigon]] has raped ''hundreds'' of women over the centuries, [[ChildByRape including Raven's mother]][[note]]whether it was a BedTrick or rape without any pretense [[AdaptationalConsent varies with the retelling[[/note]].retelling]][[/note]]. This isn't out of lust, but in order to sire powerful children to spread his evil and help him conquer.

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* ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'': [[BigRedDevil The demonic Trigon]] has raped ''hundreds'' of women over the centuries, [[ChildByRape including Raven's mother]][[note]]whether it was a BedTrick or rape without any pretense [[AdaptationalConsent varies with the retelling[[/note]]. This isn't out of lust, but in order to sire powerful children to spread his evil and help him conquer.


* Wyald, the second Apostle the Band of the Hawk fight in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'', is probably the most egregious rapist in the series. He is introduced raping and murdering a veritable truckload of women, and it's revealed that he did this to dozens or even hundreds of women while serving the King of Midland. His motivation is a combination of misogyny, unrestrained lust, and sadistic pleasure in dominating and harming people. He later tries to rape Casca, the only female member of the Hawks, in his Apostle form of a gigantic gorilla monster. Seeing him castrated by Guts is ''very'' satisfying.
** Griffith is a disturbingly [[RealismInducedHorror realistic]] version. He is defined by his obsession with controlling others and treating them as though they are his property, so he demonstrates a distinct disregard towards consent in sexual situations.
** [[spoiler: His first instance was sneaking into Princess Charlotte's bedroom and proceeding to force himself upon her. While she agreed to the act due to her extreme devotion to him, it's pretty obvious that he would have likely done so even if she had not consented.]]
** [[spoiler: His second instance was his attempted rape of Casca when he was severely crippled. As his body was barely functioning at this point, he's only to limp towards her and agonizingly hump her chest, generating more pity than anything else.]]
** [[spoiler: His final attempt, and the one that cements his [[MoralEventHorizon irredeemability]] is his infamous, brutally graphic rape of Casca during the Eclipse while forcing Guts to watch. To make things even worse, it's his very first act upon becoming the fifth member of the God Hand, Femto, something he'd done by sacrificing his ''entire army'' and consigned them to be devoured by TheLegionsOfHell. And it's implied that Guts himself would have been next if Skull Knight hadn't shown up.]]

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* Wyald, ''Manga/{{Berserk}}''
** [[PsychoForHire Wyald]],
the second Apostle the Band of the Hawk fight in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'', fight, is probably the most egregious rapist in the series. He is introduced raping and murdering a veritable truckload of women, and it's revealed that he did this to dozens or even hundreds of women while serving the King of Midland. His motivation is a combination of misogyny, unrestrained lust, and sadistic pleasure in dominating and harming people. He later tries to rape Casca, the only female member of the Hawks, in his Apostle form of a gigantic gorilla monster. Seeing him castrated by Guts is ''very'' satisfying.
** Griffith [[WhiteHairBlackHeart Griffith]] is a disturbingly [[RealismInducedHorror realistic]] version. He is defined by his obsession with controlling others and treating them as though they are his property, so he demonstrates a distinct disregard towards consent in sexual situations.
** *** [[spoiler: His first instance was sneaking into Princess Charlotte's bedroom and proceeding to force himself upon her. While she agreed to the act due to her extreme devotion to him, it's pretty obvious that he would have likely done so even if she had not consented.]]
** *** [[spoiler: His second instance was his attempted rape of Casca when he was severely crippled. As his body was barely functioning at this point, he's only to limp towards her and agonizingly hump her chest, generating more pity than anything else.]]
** *** [[spoiler: His final attempt, and the one that cements his [[MoralEventHorizon irredeemability]] is his infamous, brutally graphic rape of Casca during the Eclipse while forcing Guts to watch. To make things even worse, it's his very first act upon becoming the fifth member of the God Hand, Femto, something he'd done by sacrificing his ''entire army'' and consigned them to be devoured by TheLegionsOfHell. And it's implied that Guts himself would have been next if Skull Knight hadn't shown up.]]


** [[spoiler: His final attempt, and the one that cements his [[MoralEventHorizon irredeemability]] is his infamous, brutally graphic rape of Casca while forcing Guts to watch. It's implied that Guts would have been next if Skull Knight hadn't shown up.]]

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** [[spoiler: His final attempt, and the one that cements his [[MoralEventHorizon irredeemability]] is his infamous, brutally graphic rape of Casca during the Eclipse while forcing Guts to watch. It's To make things even worse, it's his very first act upon becoming the fifth member of the God Hand, Femto, something he'd done by sacrificing his ''entire army'' and consigned them to be devoured by TheLegionsOfHell. And it's implied that Guts himself would have been next if Skull Knight hadn't shown up.]]



* ''Literature/{{Orcs}}'': [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Queen]] [[BigBad Jennesta]] is a rare female example, [[DepravedBisexual violating men and women alike]]- and in the case of women, she loves to use [[GroinAttack unicorn horns]].

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* ''Literature/{{Orcs}}'': [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Queen]] [[BigBad Jennesta]] is a rare female example, [[DepravedBisexual violating men and women alike]]- alike]] - and in the case of women, she loves to use [[GroinAttack unicorn horns]].

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** Griffith is a disturbingly [[RealismInducedHorror realistic]] version. He is defined by his obsession with controlling others and treating them as though they are his property, so he demonstrates a distinct disregard towards consent in sexual situations.
**[[spoiler: His first instance was sneaking into Princess Charlotte's bedroom and proceeding to force himself upon her. While she agreed to the act due to her extreme devotion to him, it's pretty obvious that he would have likely done so even if she had not consented.]]
**[[spoiler: His second instance was his attempted rape of Casca when he was severely crippled. As his body was barely functioning at this point, he's only to limp towards her and agonizingly hump her chest, generating more pity than anything else.]]
**[[spoiler: His final attempt, and the one that cements his [[MoralEventHorizon irredeemability]] is his infamous, brutally graphic rape of Casca while forcing Guts to watch. It's implied that Guts would have been next if Skull Knight hadn't shown up.]]


* ''Series/CriminalMinds'':
* The show has had more than its fair share of these, of whom the most notable and prolific include Karl "The Fox" Arnold, Billy "The Prince of Darkness" Flynn, and the Piano Man.

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''Series/CriminalMinds'': The show has had more than its fair share of these, of whom the most notable and prolific include Karl "The Fox" Arnold, Billy "The Prince of Darkness" Flynn, and the Piano Man.

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* ''FanFic/ARabbitAmongWolves'': A rare female on male example. [[spoiler: The [=SDC=] manager is revealed to be a sex offender, using her power to rape faunus men]].

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