Pechorin, I followed the history of Assange from his releases from the beginning to include his criminal history in OZ, where he was little more than a hacker. His sexual proclivities may or may not have included the accusations of the women in Sweden, but early on impregnating his "girlfriend" and attempting to deny his fatherhood at age 18, suggests a tendency to avoid the consequences of his choices. Had he not run from Sweden when the women came forward with the accusations and instead just stayed I suspect those issues might have been resolved many years ago. Whether or not his motivations were the fame he achieved while enjoying a lifestyle far different than his past in OZ are unknown. In addition his behavior toward Bradley/Chelsea Manning who provided him the information that made him famous has IMHO been past repugnant.
I was amused by the earlier comment about Britain and sex. Though it's been decades since I was a resident there, I never noted a lack of sexual
activity often more open than the "puritan" attitudes in the US.
Though I have no doubt the US would gladly prosecute him, for the relevant exposure of information those involved would have preferred to have kept
secret, other governments involved no doubt would be waiting in line for the
ability to have him available for prosecution.
From the beginning of Assange's fame or infamy, take your pick, the opinion has been very divided. My preference would be to send him along to Correa
and let him discover if he would become an Ecuadorian "hero" or just languish in a different form of "prison."