In passing sentence on Daood Hussain at Birmingham Crown Court Judge Peter Carr, said “You treated her, on the evidence that I have heard, in a demeaning and degrading fashion and with complete contempt.
"The prosecution were right in their submission to the jury in that you were a man who wanted control and you were not going to take no for an answer from her.
"You also made a demand for £10,000 which she paid.
"Again you threatened that you would distribute the documents I have already referred to.”
And the judge said the effect of releasing the pictures would have had a “potentially devastating” effect on the victim and her family within their community.
Hussain, 28, of St Andrews Road, Bordesley Village, an unemployed electrical engineer, had denied but was found guilty of blackmail and 12 charges of rape by a jury following a trial.
The defendant was ordered to register as a sex offender for an indefinite period and was also banned from contacting the victim or her family on his release from jail.
In a police interview the woman said Hussain had demanded she meet him during the summer of 2012.
He showed her a leaflet he had made which included pictures of her in lingerie, along with her address and telephone number with a caption advertising her as a prostitute.
She then agreed to meet him ten times for sex sessions in the run up to Ramadan, in June and July 2012, sometimes in his car and other times at various hotels around Birmingham.
The woman eventually complained to the police.
Farah Ramzan, defending, said “He is the youngest of six siblings and comes from a very close knit family. Clearly this is going to have a devastating effect on the whole family.”