LOTTO rapist Iorworth Hoare faces being booted out of his new £1.75m rented home – after using a false name to get it.
Hoare, 60, secretly moved into the country pile in July after death threats had forced him out of his old house.
But he may now have to move again – after the horrified millionaire who owns the mansion discovered he had been duped over his new tenant’s identity.
He then caused outrage when he won his jackpot after buying his ticket while on day release from prison.
He had been jailed for 33 years after being found guilty of rape, three attempted rapes and indecent assaults.
When his heinous crimes were exposed the National Lottery faced calls to bar convicted criminals from claiming payouts with then Tory leader Michael Howard calling for a ban.
One of his victims sued him for damages and was awarded compensation in an out of court settlement.
She gave the money to charity.