Daniel Marshall Guymer (33) has been sentenced to nine and a half years behind bars after he pleaded guilty to rape and sexual activity with a child, as well as the supply of Class B drugs when he appeared in court on Thursday 27 May.
Alongside his sentence, Hull man Daniel Guymer will be a registered sex offender for life.
During a police interview prior to him appearing before Hull Crown Court, the sex offender bragged about his reputation and his life as a drug dealer in Hull.
Detective Sergeant Stuart Fox said: “I want to thank those who came forward to help with our enquiries, I hope that the victims realise just how strong they are.
“All reports of sexual offending against children are taken incredibly seriously and we tackle them with the upmost sensitivity.
“At Humberside Police we have a dedicated team aimed at protecting the most vulnerable in our communities. I want to thank the team who worked together to bring Mr Guymer in front of the court.”
Detective Constable Sarah Gladstone, the officer who led the investigation, said: “I want to once again thank the victims who have bravely shared their stories with us and helped us to get this man behind bars.
“That is not an easy thing to do but the bravery and resilience you have shown has been outstanding.”
“If you or someone you know is being sexually abused, I would encourage you to speak up. I know it can be really difficult and that offenders can make it scary to come forward but you can confide in a teacher, a loved one, or healthcare or social care professional who can alert the police on your behalf.
“Please know that you will be listened to, you will be believed and you will be supported throughout the entire process.”
Reports can be made by calling our 101 line, or 999 in an emergency.