Pervert jailed for texting “13-year-old girls” for sex and pornographic images

Pervert jailed for texting “13-year-old girls” for sex and pornographic images

Der Pädophile Jason Brian wurde zweimal von der Polizei erwischt, als er versuchte, Mädchen im Teenageralter zu pflegen <i style=(Image: Lancashire Police)” src=”–/YXBwaWQ9aGlnaGxhbmRlcjt3PTk2MDtoPTY0MA–/ “–/YXBwaWQ9aGlnaGxhbmRlcjt3PTk2MDtoPTY0MA–/>119d2”

Pedophile Jason Brian has been caught twice by police trying to groom teenage girls (Image: Lancashire Police)

A pervert who tried to get two 13-year-old girls to engage in sexual activity has been sentenced to 28 months in prison.

On May 6, Jason Brian, 41, sent a pornographic image to what he thought was a 13-year-old girl. In fact, he had sent the picture to an undercover cop.

Still thinking he was communicating with the kid, Brian switched the conversation to Snapchat and told the girl he was about to perform a sex act.

The Online Child Abuse Inquiry Team found that Brian, then living on Rutland Street, Blackburn, was the man responsible for sending the messages and was arrested, responded in the interview without comment and was released while the investigations continued.

On July 22, Brian again sent a message asking who he thought a 13-year-old girl was if she wanted to have phone sex, but he again sent a message to an undercover agent.

He then prompted the child to move the conversation to another social media platform.

When this was denied, Brian called the 13-year-old girl’s number three times to have phone sex with her.

He then texted the girl and encouraged her to perform a sex act.

Brian was arrested and his phone confiscated. When investigating this, officers found 391 indecent images of children, 51 of which were the most serious examples of child abuse.

Brian was interviewed and admitted he received indecent pictures of children from a social media site and downloaded them to his phone.

He admitted that he viewed the images for sexual gratification and searched the internet for indecent images of children for sexual purposes.

He was accused of trying to get a child to view/look at a picture of sexual activity; attempting sexual communication with a child; attempting to induce a woman 13 years or older into sexual activity; and taking and possessing indecent pictures of children.

He was sentenced to 28 months in prison at Preston Crown Court last week. He was also issued a sexual harm prevention order, which restricted his access to the internet, and was ordered to put himself on the sex offender registry for life.

DC Jane Gregson of Lancashire Police said: “Brian is a person who poses a risk to children through their inappropriate use of the internet.

“I welcome the judgment of the court. I am also pleased with the orders issued restricting Brian’s access to the internet and monitoring his activities after his release.”

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