Pleyboys, a man who sold his sex dolls to children for £50 each, pleaded guilty to two counts of sex offences against a girl in the UK.
The 22-year-old pleaded guilty at Westminster Magistrates’ Court today to two charges of rape.
PleyBoy was charged in October last year after police discovered a “child porn” website that had been hosting child porn.
The website was used by one of the men to purchase the dolls from the girl, the court heard.
Pleys lawyer Peter Coady QC told the court that the defendant had been “determined” to have sex with the child in question, despite her not having agreed to it.
“It is a child pornography website,” Mr Coadie said.
The court heard PleyBoys previous convictions included a conviction for trafficking of a child and possession of child pornography. “
He made that determination knowing that he was going to be arrested and he was not going to go to police to report what had happened.”
The court heard PleyBoys previous convictions included a conviction for trafficking of a child and possession of child pornography.
The defendant was remanded in custody to appear at Westminster magistrates’ court on January 18, 2019.
He is due to appear in court again on January 29.
Police raided the defendant’s home in September last year and seized thousands of child porn images.
The judge told Pley Boy that he had a history of offending.
“You are a person with a history,” the judge said.
Pleydog said his client was remorseful.
“I’ve made mistakes,” Pleydoy said.
He told the judge he had spent time in rehab for his addiction to alcohol and drugs.
“But it has all been worth it.
I’ve got a better life now than I did before,” Pleyboy said, adding that he wanted to return to school.
“Now I can get on with my life,” he said.
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said the investigation was ongoing.
The Crown Prosecution Service said it was “aware of” the court case.
The CPS said: “We can confirm that a man from central London has been arrested on a number of child sex allegations and is currently in custody in connection with the investigation.”
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