Milligan’s solicitor, Susan Duff, told the court the couple had resolved their differences but they fell out again on the night Miss Drouet took her own life.

Mrs Duff said: ‘Mr Milligan had no comprehension that Miss Drouet was capable of acting as she did.

The court heard Milligan flew into a rage and assaulted Miss Drouet at the Hillhead halls of residence in March 2016.

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His late grandfather, Jim Milligan, was regarded as one of Scotland’s most respected judges, while his grandmother, Betty, was a descendant of the Fife-born philanthropist Andrew Carnegie.

He attended three private schools in Edinburgh, including Fettes College, Tony Blair’s old school, before he enrolled at Aberdeen, where he was described by students as ‘the alpha male on the campus’.

He said: ‘But Emily didn’t want to do it as she felt it was degrading.’A hearing in May heard how Miss Drouet visited the student residence assistants’ office in a troubled state showing signs of abuse but, when asked if she had been assaulted by Milligan, she declined to confirm he had attacked her and no further action was taken.

Sheriff Malcolm Garden said: ‘The circumstances surrounding this case are utterly tragic.’ Despite escaping a jail sentence yesterday, Milligan (pictured at an earlier court hearing) could face being thrown out of university in disgrace after officials confirmed he would face ‘internal disciplinary procedures’Outside the court, Mrs Drouet insisted Milligan had ‘repeatedly demanded’ that her daughter engage in sex acts with him and his friend, and insisted that she had repeatedly refused.

Five other charges, including one alleging he attempted to choke her minutes before she killed herself, were dropped because of a lack of evidence.

Miss Drouet’s family branded Milligan ‘an animal and a bully’ who was guilty of ‘relentlessly abusing Emily, emotionally, verbally and physically until she could take no more’.

The court heard Miss Drouet sent a text to a friend on the evening of February 25 last year telling her that she had a ‘threesome’ and named the people involved.