Jack Evans, 18, has been detained for two years
The father of a teenage rapist who gave up his son said he would "do the same thing again".
The teenager who forced herself on a girl was jailed after his parents forced him to confess when they found that he had texted his victim to apologize.
18-year-old top student Jack Evans almost escaped justice because of the sex attack because the student never complained.
His father Jonathan, 47, said to the mirror: "I would do the same thing again, I would have to do it because that is my moral stance, it is painful, but it is correct.
"You can't go on with your life if you live your life under a lie, as much as it hurts, it's the right thing to do."
Evans texted the victim two months later, and his horrified father Jonathan and stepmother Sarah Morris, 47, saw the news and told him to tell the police.
They marched him to a police station, where he told the officers his name and what he had done.
Evans (pictured) had escaped rape justice, but when his parents discovered a text from him apologizing to his victim, they marched him to the police station to confess
They tracked down his victim, who had been a virgin, who told them about the attack, and he was charged with rape.
She said she felt "worthless" and could no longer trust the men.
His father Jonathan said before the Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court: “I wanted him to tell the truth, he had to do the right thing and admit his guilt.
Jonathan Evans and his son Jack introduced themselves in 2018 before telling him to confess that he had raped
“It was difficult for all of us and gave rise to some arguments.
"I told him that it is best for him to show everyone that you are doing your best to correct what has happened.
Evans & # 39; father Jonathan told his son to tell officials what he had done
"It was a shock to the system for him – I hope he has time to think in prison."
The court heard Evans' victim told him to stop at the last minute, but he continued during the attack last January.
At the time, he had been a first-rate student who had studied math, computers, and history at college.
Prosecutor Claire Pickthall said: "She didn't file a complaint, but two months later, Evans and his stepmother showed up at a police station to say what happened."
Evans from Pontypool, South Wales, was sentenced to two years in prison and sentenced to register as a sex offender.
Jonathan Evans and his wife Sarah Morris, both 47 years old, are Evans' father and stepmother and took him to the police station to confess to the rape
Evans & # 39; mother Deniz Stewart was the only parent admitted to court because of social distance rules. He said to her "I love you" when he was sent down
He was observed by Deniz Stewart, his birth mother, whom he loved when he was sent down. Only she was allowed to go to court because of strict social distance rules.
Gareth Williams, who defended himself, had requested a suspended sentence for the "extraordinary circumstances".
Jack Evans, pictured directly in evening dress and on vacation with his father Jonathan, was convicted of rape after walking to a police station to confess
He said: "It is extremely rare for someone to admit such a serious crime without a complaint."
But Judge Tracey Lloyd-Clarke said there were aggravating properties and Evans had to be locked up.
She said to him, “Two months after the rape, you apologized to your victim and said you understood why she was upset.
Parc Young Offenders Institute in Bridgend, where Evans is said to have been sent for his two-year sentence
"But this text caught your father and mother's eye, who brought you to a police station.
"You told an officer your name and said you had sex with the young woman."
He was sent to a juvenile delinquent institute for two years after receiving a discount for his age and confession of guilt.
It is believed that he is currently in the Parc Young Offenders & # 39; Institution in Bridgend, which is located in the HMP Parc with a capacity of up to 1,300.
His father Jonathan wants him to come to his software development company when it is released next year.
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