Female Sex Offender Avoids Prison After Grooming Schoolgirl For Sex!
A woman who groomed a child for sex has avoided a prison sentence.
Amy Louise Tabern, 22, from Cross Farm Road, Newton Le Willows pleaded guilty at Liverpool Crown Court on May 23rd to:
. One count of sexual communication of a child
. One count of sexual activity with a child after meeting the victim and kissing her
The court was told of how TABERN had systematically groomed the 13 year old female victim. She manipulated and coerced the schoolgirl to engage in sexual activity.
On several occasions, TABERN threatened the girl in a bid to silence the victim, however, the victim found the courage to speak out which lead to the arrest of Amy Tabern.
Although TABERN admitted the offences to Police she repeatedly lied to her friends and family over why she had to attend court.
A restraining order has been put in place for five years, and TABERN was told that she must sign on the sex offenders register with immediate effect for the next five years.
Mother of The Victim Speaks Out!
A mother whose 13-year-old daughter received sexual messages on Snapchat from a woman says more needs to be done to raise awareness of female offenders.
The grooming victim’s mum, who lives in St Helens, wants to share her daughter’s story and to ensure rehabilitation programmes are in place for women paedophiles.
She said: “My daughter just went to a party with my sister and all of a sudden this woman was sending her explicit messages on Snapchat.“My sister saw it and told me.
We told the police.“I was just disgusted and didn’t know how to deal with it. It’s daft but I didn’t expect it as much from a woman, but anyone can be an offender.
”The victim’s mum added: “On sentencing her, the barrister even said to the judge ‘how is there so many rehabilitation programs for male sex offenders and aimed at them but little to nothing in the UK for female offenders?’.
“I just felt mortified at that. How in the UK is there nothing for women offenders to have the rehabilitation all offenders need?“I know she got a long rehabilitation requirement, I’m happy enough with the sentencing, but more needs to be done.
“My daughter has been branded a liar and made to feel terrible, surely more needs to be done.“Any offender doesn’t matter if it’s a man or woman, should get the treatment needed to protect others from them.“There needs to be more awareness.”
Messages below provided by: Hunting 4 Justice (H4J) which illustrate Tabern's clear admission of guilt after she was under the scrutiny of those who strongly disapproved of her behaviour with grooming an innocent child.
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