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06 May

George, from Plymouth, was obsessed with IT salesman Colin Blanchard, telling him she was his "paedo whore mum" and sending him eight pictures a week of sex abuse against children in her care, a judge said.

Mr Justice John Royce, sitting at Bristol Crown Court, described the evidence as "chilling" as he heard how George and Blanchard discussed practices like rape via text.

He added that the woman had said she liked Hassan and was interested in men his age.

Hassan, now 35, said he feared the complainant would not like him if he told her he had three children, and proceeded to tell her how he was interested in meeting 20-year-old women.

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The vast majority of people using dating sites are sincere and honest in the information they provide and in their reasons for joining. Always let someone know where you are going and who you are meeting. The way people interact online isn't always the same face-to-face. You don't owe the other person anything, no matter how long you've been chatting or what's been suggested. If you're raped or sexually assaulted on your date, help is available.An NSPCC spokesman for South West England said: "Regardless of the gender of the offender, sexual abuse can ruin a victim's childhood and the impact can last a lifetime.The NSPCC is committed to protecting children who are being sexually abused or are at risk of sexual abuse.But the figures also reveal that Devon and Cornwall police have 10 boys on their sex offenders register, and 23 women.Sex offenders can remain on the list for any length of time - sometimes for life - and registration means offenders have to tell police where they live and register all their bank and passport details.