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The victim told police that after a while Stott told her friend to leave and ‘stuff happened’.She later confirmed they engaged in a sexual act and Stott was arrested the next month and released on bail.
He invited them to his home for ‘kisses and cuddles’ and to ‘watch a film’.David Bruce, defending, said at the time of the offences Stott was vulnerable because his grandmother who he previously lived with had recently died.He added that a psychological report indicated Stott had a mental age of a 10 to 13-year-old.Read more: THIRD female teacher from same school accused of sex with pupil after teen girl 'confesses' Sentencing Judge Stewart Driver said the fact Stott committed three of the offences while on bail was an ‘aggravating feature’.Read More: Shameless paedophile councillor refuses to stand down despite being caught with sickening videos “She received a message saying ‘you promised you would meet me you little b****’.“Another said ‘I will just post pictures on Facebook and say they are you’....
He was clearly upset that the meeting he planned was not going to happen.” Mr Monaghan added: “She blocked him and got a message from a friend that was a screenshot of the defendant’s Facebook with a video of a girl performing a sex act with (the victim’s) phone number posted.” The court heard that alongside the video - which was of a different girl - Stott wrote that the victim would perform sexual acts for people if they phoned her, leading to her receiving 25-30 calls.
He added: “The upset which was caused must have been intended.” The court also heard that in June 2014, Stott, who was 16 at the time, messaged a another young girl on Facebook, and invited her and a friend to visit a house he was looking after while the owners were away.
A teenager posted an obscene video on Facebook alongside the phone number of a girl who has spurned his advances.
Shane Stott, 18, published her details with a message saying she would perform sex acts if she was called. Stott had contacted the teenage girl through Facebook and attempted to arrange a meeting, Manchester’s Minshull Street Crown Court was told..
Mark Monaghan, prosecuting, said: “He sent a message which said ‘hi’.
There was another message which said ‘come mine’, but she decided to reply and say she had things to do.