When he went to Sweden is one situation, being in Sweden is another. Without knowing his thoughts your "point" is a beach ball
Your point here? You are disingenuously claiming that where there is smoke there is fire. A person can have "legitimate" allegations and even prosecutions but that does not make them accurate. You use "legitimate charges" as an implication of guilt in one place and use it differently in another.
No the rape accusation is not a legitimate accusation under law in the way that you imply. You are saying he is guilty because the UK agreed to his extradition. That is complete and utter rubbish. There is no implication of guilt in being extradited. The process of extradition is supposed to ensure that there is some basis for the charges (not guilt) and to ensure that there will be a fair trial. The process of extradition has bupkis to do with guilt or innocence. Besides the UK does not even follow that standard any more. See Laurie Love.
That the UK granted extradition means nothing about guilt or innocence.