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Morris dancing father-of-two, 48, ‘had two-year relationship with
12-year-old girl and picked her up from school for lunchtime sex in his
car up to three times a week’

  • Married Clive Royales, 48, ‘started his affair with the girl when she was 12’
  • He allegedly gave her alcopops and said they would run away to Greece
  • Court told he had sex with her while his wife and children were at church 
  • Royales denies three charges of indecent assault and one count of indecency with a child
 Clive Royales, 48, (pictured) allegedly had a two-year relationship with a 12-year-old girl

 Clive Royales, 48, (pictured) allegedly had a two-year relationship with a 12-year-old girl
A
Morris dancing father-of-two had a two-year relationship with a
12-year-old girl and would have sex with her in his car after picking
her up from school in her lunch break, a court heard. 
Married
Clive Royales, 48, from Oldham, Greater Manchester, allegedly had sex
with the schoolgirl up to three times a week after grooming her and
convincing her they would run away to Greece together.
The
businessman, who is on trial at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court,
denies three charges of indecent assault and one count of indecency
with a child.
The
girl was aged 12 to 15 when the incidents allegedly occurred, and is
now in her early 30s but cannot be named for legal reasons. 
Royales,
who ran an engineering firm, had started his relationship with the girl
after getting her drunk on alcopops during a sports match, before
kissing her at his home.
Katherine
Johnson, prosecuting, told the court that although he was only facing
four charges, there was a sexual history between Royales and the girl,
some of which he could not be charged for because of the length of time
that had passed.
Miss Johnson said: ‘On one occasion he asked her if she was a virgin and kissed her.
‘The
second occasion was at his engineering company Saw-Tech. They had sex
on his desk. He was nervous and told her that if he got caught he would
be in a lot of trouble.
‘He told her that ‘once they had done this there is no going back’ and ‘don’t tell anyone what’s gone on.’
‘They would then have sex whenever they had the opportunity.’ 
Morris dancing Royale (left) allegedly had sex with the schoolgirl up to three times a week

Morris dancing Royale (left) allegedly had sex with the schoolgirl up to three times a week
Royales, who ran an engineering firm, had started his relationship with the girl after getting her drunk on alcopops during a sports match, the court heard

He is later alleged to have kissed her at his home

Royales,
who ran an engineering firm, had started his relationship with the girl
after getting her drunk on alcopops during a sports match, before
kissing her at his home, the court heard
The
jury was told that Royales would drop his wife and children off to
church on a Sunday, and then go to have sex with the child, before
rushing back to pick his family up again.
He
would also encourage the girl to wear his wife’s underwear, it is
claimed, and convinced the teenager that he would whisk her away to an
idyllic island in Greece and that they would live on a boat.
It
is alleged that the pair met up and had sex up to three times a week,
with Royales picking the victim up from school in her lunch hour so they
could have sex in his car. 
The businessman, who is on trial at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court, denies three charges of indecent assault and one count of indecency with a child

The businessman, who is on trial at
Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court, denies three charges of indecent
assault and one count of indecency with a child
Royales
also bought the girl a phone, and saved his number in it as ‘Mr Floppy’
so no one would be able to identify him, making sure that she deleted
any messages between them, the jury heard.  
In interviews with the police the girl described Royales making it a ‘battle’ between her and his wife.
She said: ‘He would tell me that she was better at sex than me and I needed more practice.
‘He said as soon as I was 16, it sounds so stupid now, that we would move to Greece and live on a boat.
‘There were lots of different incidents it went on for a while.’
The
victim only reported the incidents to the police after she began
suffering with anxiety, and felt that the root of the problem stemmed
from the assaults.
She added: ‘I didn’t feel like I’d been abused at the time. I tried to put it away and block it out.’
The trial continues.

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