Chloe Bradley, from Wigan, Greater Manchester, liaised with Anthony Roscoe about the rendezvous but scarred the traumatised victim, who has since suffered ill-health. A teenage girl who made a year-old child join her in an illicit threesome with her on-off boyfriend has been spared jail. Chloe Bradley was just 17 when she escorted the youngster to her partner Anthony Roscoe's home. He then took turns to have sex with both of them, a court heard yesterday.
Teenage girl put on sex offenders' list after making child, 12, join in threesome
Teenage girl put on sex offenders' list after making child, 12, join in threesome - Mirror Online
Campaigners say much more needs to be done to combating paedophilia as the Government announces plans to redact search engine results to people trying to access images of child pornography online. Redacting search engine results and sending warnings to people trying to access images of child pornography online are two approaches the Government has announced to combating paedophilia. But with more than 50, people in the UK looking at or downloading underage porn each year, child campaigners say much more needs to be done. Tom, a married father of three in his 40s, started looking at porn late at night, often after a few glasses of wine, and quickly became interested in images of younger girls. Police tracked down Tom not his real name and in court he admitted he had downloaded about 5, illegal images. He received a two-year probation order and had to sign on the sex offenders register.
Teenage woman ordered to sign the Sex Offender Register
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By Martin Evans , Crime Correspondent. A schoolgirl has received a police caution after texting an explicit photograph of herself to her boyfriend, it has emerged. The teenager sent the image via her phone, but after the couple had a row, he forwarded it to his friends. Police were called in because she was under the age of 18 and therefore both were committing an offence of distributing an indecent image of a child. Both received a caution but police are now warning other teenagers they could end up on the sex offenders register if they send explicit pictures of themselves via text messages or social media.