A rapist who subjected two women to repeated violent and sexual attacks during an 18-year campaign of domestic abuse has been jailed for ten years.
William Jackson attacked one partner while she was pregnant and sexually and physically abused another between 2002 and 2020.
He also offered money on social media to “anyone who would assault” one of his ex-girlfriends.
The 37-year-old, from Glasgow, was convicted of raping both of the women and eight other charges following a trial last month.
He was also found guilty of inciting violence against one of the victims.
The former concierge returned to the High Court in Glasgow on Wednesday to be sentenced for the crimes, which all occurred at a number of addresses in the east end of the city.
Judge Tom Hughes praised the victims for bravely testifying against Jackson, who had denied the accusations.
He said: “It is quite clear you have caused them considerable problems in their life.
“It must come as comfort that the jury believed them and preferred their evidence.”
Jackson has also been put on the Sex Offenders’ Register and will also be supervised for a further three years on his release.
Non-harassment orders banning him from contacting the women were further imposed.