NONCE JAILED FOR 10

You’re 10? How come your boobs are so big?’: Paedophile who groomed
young girl on Whatsapp before forcing her to send him explicit selfies
is jailed for more than 10 years 

  • Jamie Baker, 23, ordered the victim to pose for sexual snaps and videos
  • He threatened to show photos to the victim’s mother as she rejected him
  • Police found images of 13 other girls after raid on New Addington home
  • Father-of-one jailed for 10-and-a-half years following a trail at Old Bailey
Jamie Baker, 23, ordered the victim to pose for sexual snaps and videos after he began to message her in May 2014

Jamie Baker, 23, ordered the victim to pose for sexual snaps and videos after he began to message her in May 2014
A
paedophile has been jailed for 10-and-a-half years for grooming a
10-year-old on Whatsapp and forcing her to send him explicit selfies.
Jamie Baker, 23, ordered the victim to pose for sexual snaps and videos after he began to message her in May 2014.
In an early text, he asked: ‘You’re 10? How come your boobs are so big?’
Baker then threatened to show the girl’s mother the pictures when she started to refuse his sick requests.
One
of his chilling messages read: ‘[My friend] said she would tell your
mum – she’s got all the pictures and she’s going to tell your mum
because you ignored her.’
The
father-of-one began to ‘spread his tentacles’ and downloaded images of
13 other girls of a similar age before police raided his home in New
Addington, Surrey, on 26 September 2014.
They later discovered a message from a man known as ‘Frank’ telling Baker to ‘delete the kid porn photos’.
The
manipulative sex offender claimed it was a ‘joke’ and told officers the
images must have been on his two iPhones when he bought them
second-hand.
Baker
denied but was convicted of causing or inciting a child under 13 to
engage in sexual activity and four counts of possession of indecent
images of children.
He
folded his arms and shook his head in the Old Bailey dock as Judge
Daniel Worsley jailed him for 10-and-a-half years and said: ‘Some may
say that the keys should be thrown away.’
He
said: ‘It’s quite clear that you engaged in a persistent course of
conduct over the summer months of 2014 which essentially involved
blackmailing that little girl and persuading her, for fear of you
reporting things to her mother, to take pictures of herself taken in
sexual poses.’
Baker’s colleagues had described him as a ‘hard-working’ and ‘honest’ young man who had a promising career as a lift engineer.
‘The jury’s verdict rather puts that golden opinion into doubt,’ said Judge Worsley.
‘You
were leading a double life and I’m quite sure that the partner you now
have and those who know you… knew nothing at all of your activities.’
Judge
Worsley ruled that it was a ‘particularly worrying case’ because Baker
downloaded dozens of pictures of 13 other young girls.
‘You
had spread your tentacles to include others so that images no doubt
taken by people such as you who encourage girls to touch themselves were
downloaded,’ he said.
The father-of-one began to ¿spread his tentacles¿ and downloaded images of 13 other girls of a similar age before police raided his home, the Old Bailey heard (stock image)

The father-of-one began to ‘spread his
tentacles’ and downloaded images of 13 other girls of a similar age
before police raided his home, the Old Bailey heard (stock image)
‘These
are young girls with their lives ahead of them: their sexual lives,
their married lives – all likely to be tainted by your activities.’
Judge
Worsley slammed Baker for trying to blame an ‘erstwhile friend’ for
downloading the images before he bought the iPhone despite ‘not one jot
of evidence that he was involved’.
He said: ‘You were prepared to sacrifice your friend in order to save your skin.
‘It shows in my mind the lengths to which you were prepared to go in order to save yourself from a prison sentence.’
Baker,
of New Addington, Surrey, was jailed for nine years for causing or
inciting a child under 13 to engage in sexual activity.
He
received concurrent 18-month sentences for four counts of possession of
indecent images of children, to run consecutive to the nine-year
sentence.
Baker
was also ordered to sign the sex offenders’ register for life and was
served with a Sexual Harm Prevention Order that bars him from contacting
anybody under the age of 16 on the internet.

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