Sick paedo, 21, threatened to rape new mums and molest newborns in vile FB posts
A paedophile told pregnant women he “loved to masturbate” over newborn children and that he wanted to put his genitals on their kids in a string of horrifying messages.
Oscar Crowe, from Swindon, used 40 different social media profiles to message them, along with new mums.
The 21-year-old sent six explicit messages between April and October last year, speaking of their “sexy pregnant bellies”.
He told one woman: “I love to masturbate to sexy newborn children being born.”
Crowe said he wanted to rape some of his victims and place his genitalia on their children.
One woman was living at a mother and baby unit with her seven-month-old daughter when she received the messages last year, the Swindon Advertiser reports.
Crowe was talking with a police officer posing as a 12-year-old girl online just hours before his arrest on February 12, telling her: “I love girls your age.”
He said he wanted to get her pregnant and have a home birth to “lick her belly and masturbate”.
Crowe's phone and laptop were seized by officers following the arrest.
He admitted sending the messages but denied being aroused by childbirth or finding babies, children or pregnant women attractive.
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He pleaded guilty to attempted sexual communication with a child, harassment and four offences under the Malicious Communications Act at Swindon Crown Court.
Tony Bignall, mitigating, said his client had been suffering from poor mental health at the time of the offences.
Judge Taylor said: “It’s not hard to see or imagine why such unsavoury messages would make the women feel so disgusted, horrified and unsettled, especially when you were so persistent.
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“Pregnancy can be a difficult enough time without the unnecessary burden and anxiety you created.”
He was given a 15-month jail sentence suspended for two years and a 10-year sexual harm prevention order.
The judge avoided immediate imprisonment to address his “sexual deviancy”.
Crowe must also sign on to the sex offenders register for the same amount of time.
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