Man, who used to be a young girl on Facebook and met her for 16 years in Cambridgeshire Park

A Cambridgeshire Man Who Cared for a Young Girl on Facebook Sentenced to 16 Months in a Young Offenders Institute

Michael Lee, 20, was sentenced on Monday, February 12, at Cambridge Crown Court a law for the prevention of sexual violence (SHPO), which has been on the register of sex offenders for ten years.

Lee contacted the 11-year-old girl on Facebook in December 2016 and made a friendship with her to gain her confidence to nurture her. Then he began to send suggestive and sexually explicit content before meeting the girl just one week after the first contact.

The couple met in a park in Cambridgeshire where Lee attacked them through sexual contact.

Only a few days later, concerned about the victim's recent behavior, her parents checked their mobile phone and found content that they reported to the police.

Lee of Gonville Place, Cambridge, pleaded guilty to an earlier hearing of an adult meeting with a girl under the age of 13 after body care and a count of assaulting a girl under the age of 13.

DC Laura Else said, "The victim was unbelievably brave enough to talk to the police after this traumatic experience.

" This case shows how fast online grooming can escalate and how predatory the actors are.

"Lee knew how young his victim was and consciously exploited her vulnerability to his own sexual behavior

" The majority of people use social media to keep in touch with their friends and family, but for some They can be used as a tool for the care of children and adolescents.

"We would encourage parents to explore sites and discuss with their children what is appropriate for them, and talk about how to stay safe and keep information private or block someone."

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