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A woman posed as a teenage boy to assault young girls after grooming them on Snapchat and Instagram. Gemma Watts travelled the country by train to meet the youngsters, who believed they were in a relationship with a year-old boy. Police fear she could have assaulted up to 50 youngsters as young as 14 after grooming them online. Watts, 21, will be sentenced later today for a string of sexual assaults, some committed even while she was under police investigation. She would then swap messages with victims, including intimate photographs, using WhatsApp, Snapchat, or text, and speak over the phone before meeting them in person. Watts, who lived at home with her mother in Enfield, north London, travelled the country to meet the girls. Detectives said it will have lifelong effects on the teenage girls who believed they were in a relationship with Jake, some for who it was their first romance. Watts, who was once a promising footballer, will be sentenced today at Winchester Crown Court after pleading guilty to seven sexual assault and grooming charges.
A head teacher gained sexual gratification when he posed online as a year-old girl and sent child porn to men and was told their paedophilic fantasies. Christopher James White, head of the junior school at Bribie Island State High School, north of Brisbane , has avoided jail after pleading guilty to six child exploitation charges in Brisbane District Court on Tuesday. White posed as a fictional girl called Amber, who had an interest in older men and lost her virginity to a teacher at school. Christopher James White, head of the junior school at Bribie Island State High School pictured , north of Brisbane, has avoided jail after pleading guilty. He sent nude and semi-nude photos purporting to be her to men on Facebook and then got them to describe the sexual acts and positions they wanted to perform on her. White also shared with them a fantasy of Amber being raped in a jacuzzi, with the offending taking place from October to January , Gympie Times reported. White, 41, built the fake Facebook profile with photos of a scantily clad prepubescent girl from Instagram before using pornographic images of girls while chatting with five men over a year-long period. He was convicted of five counts of distributing and one count of possessing child exploitation material.
This happened to me, and it took me forever to get out of the cult. Mormonism is fundamental to my religious beliefs and my personal sense of identity, and it is the community that I identify with most strongly. I have only been living with him for a month. You can't reason with fanatics, and you got one.