Collins stayed silent as he walked out of the court and got into a waiting car after hearing the verdict.
Detective Inspector Justine Jenkins led the investigation for Hertfordshire Police:
The victim was extremely brave in coming forward to report the offences inflicted upon her. I would urge anyone who is or has been in a similar situation to get in contact with police as soon as possible. I can reassure you that you will be taken seriously and treated with sensitivity.
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