A British man named David Wilson aged 36 of King’s Lynn, Norfolk has admitted 96 counts of child sex abuse at Ipswich Crown Court.
The list of charges took 30 minutes to read out and for Wilson to enter guilty pleas – they included horrible crimes such as causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, causing a child to watch a sexual act, and arranging or facilitating the sexual exploitation of a child.
Wilson also admitted making unwarranted demands for indecent images of a child with menace, threatening to post an indecent image on social media if they did not comply.
Judge Rupert Overbury adjourned the case for sentencing on 12 January to allow time for the Probation Service to prepare a report “to deal with dangerousness”.
He told Wilson: “You have been advised that you may receive an extended sentence.
“I would think that’s highly likely but I will listen to everything put before me very carefully.
“I won’t pre-judge anything at all.”
Wilson was remanded in custody, with details of the prosecution case to be opened at the sentencing hearing.
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