Jatender Pal, 31, of Laverton, was sentenced to 15 months jail, three to be served immediately and 12 suspended for 12 months.
He was also put on a two-year community-corrections order, including 100 hours of community service and sex offenders education for the two counts of indecent assault.
Pajic, formerly of Lalor, pleaded guilty to a charge of detaining the woman by force with the intention of taking part in an act of sexual penetration.
Judge Mark Gamble said at the time that Pajic's conduct "struck fear into the mind" of the victim and "the community as a whole".
"Having my private life exposed, judged and criticised has left me feeling more like the criminal instead of the victim.
"Why is it, that I, the victim, am officially the longest person ever to be sitting in the witness box in the County Court? "The justice system should be protecting the rights of victim/survivors instead of forcing them to fight their battle." - Read more below.
"I believe there should be a blanket approach to prohibiting access to health professionals' files as the defence should not be able to use this private confidential information against victims [and] survivors in court," she said.Laurence Stewart Page has been charged with breaking into the motel room where the girl was sleeping with nine classmates and raping her before stealing her wallet.The 45-year-old, who is facing similar charges in northern New South Wales, will reappear in court next week.With today's sentence, Pajic will be registered as a sexual offender for life and will not be eligible for release for almost five years.This is because by law, he must serve the more than three-years of his breached parole term - which he began on his arrest last year - on top of the two-and-a-half-year minium sentence judge Mark Gamble ordered this morning.