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Pedophile jailed for cheating on girl, 13, to have sex behind bars after attacking another girl

A female pedophile incarcerated for seducing a schoolgirl into sex by pretending to be a boy is now behind bars after focusing on another girl a few days after her release.

Jordana Davidson – then only 20 – was locked up for two and a half years in 2018 after she tricked a 13-year-old into having sex with her.

Davidson, originally from Wales, was released from prison on May 8 last year and moved to Liverpool, where she befriended an adult woman.

But the woman – who knew nothing about Davidson’s sinister past – introduced the pervert to her 15-year-old daughter, with whom Davidson subsequently started a relationship.

Liverpool Crown Court heard that Davidson is subject to an unlimited Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO), which prohibits her from any contact with children under the age of 16, except for accidental contact or with ‘informed consent’ from the parent of the child or guardian.

Michael Stephenson, the prosecutor, said the mother – a fellow ex-convict – fashionably took charge of the defendant ‘because she was being bullied. She did not know Davidson’s SHPO or belief.

Davidson, now 22, with no permanent address, but previously from Rhyl, North Wales, admitted to violating her SHPO. She is in prison for 14 months.

Now 22, Davidson, originally from Wales, was released from prison on May 8 last year and moved to Liverpool where she started dating a 15-year-old girl. She has now been jailed again

Jordana Davidson - then only 20 - was locked up for two and a half years in 2018 after she tricked a 13-year-old into having sex with her

Jordana Davidson - then only 20 - was locked up for two and a half years in 2018 after she tricked a 13-year-old into having sex with her

Jordana Davidson – then only 20 (right) – was locked up for two and a half years in 2018 after tricking a 13-year-old into having sex with her. Now 22, Davidson, originally from Wales, was released from prison on May 8 last year and moved to Liverpool where she started dating a 15-year-old girl. She is now jailed again (left)

Stephenson said in court, “She said she was unaware of the nature of the defendant’s convictions. She thought she had been convicted of drugs or some form of violence and thought she was quite an innocent child because of her youthful appearance. ‘

The mother said that Davidson had met her daughter about 10 times between May 31 and June 7, but suspected they had also met in private.

Davidson later confessed to the police that she and the child had met alone twice, but insisted that there was no physical activity between them.

On June 7, the woman walked down the street in front of Davidson and her daughter when she heard them arguing.

Mr. Stephenson said, “She heard her daughter say to the defendant,” I could have you killed, “and she told her mother,” this gentle bastard said she was in love with me. “

“The defendant cried and said she was sorry.”

Police were contacted and Davidson was recalled on the basis of a prison sentence.

Agents looked at her cell phone and found that she and the girl were exchanging 111 text messages and 121 phone calls in just over a week.

Mr. Stephenson said the girl declined to give an interview to the police and said that Davidson had done nothing wrong at any stage.

Liverpool Crown Court heard that Davidson is subject to an unlimited Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO), which prohibits her from any contact with children under the age of 16

Liverpool Crown Court heard that Davidson is subject to an unlimited Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO), which prohibits her from any contact with children under the age of 16

Liverpool Crown Court heard that Davidson is subject to an unlimited Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO), which prohibits her from any contact with children under the age of 16

When interviewed in November, Davidson admitted to having had a “romantic attachment” to the child and said that she “considered her a friend.”

She claimed that the girl’s mother knew about their developing relationship, but the woman denied this.

Davidson’s previous convictions included five counts of sexual activity with a child in February 2018.

Thomas Sherrington defensively admitted that there was a risk that his client would have a physical relationship with the girl.

He said, “What this appears to be is a rather distorted sense of the reality of the seriousness of the situation the defendant was in, in fact, an inappropriate relationship with a child.”

The lawyer said Davidson repented and wanted to express her “grief and guilt.”

He said, “She says how foolish she behaved, since she had been released from prison about 21 days earlier and was well aware of the terms of the warrant, but her feelings were getting better.

“She said to me today that she feels she can get the help and help she needs to fight this behavior now that she’s back in custody.”

Mr. Sherrington added, “She tells me that she has been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder and emotional distress.

“She is currently on drugs in prison for these mental disorders and suspects that there is a connection between that and her insult.”

He said she was in custody for 14 months and asked the judge to take into account the delay between her interview in November and the filing of a file with the CPS by police in March, for which “no explanation” existed.

Judge Neil Flewitt, QC, beat police over the “ inexplicable and unforgivable ” delay, saying that if Davidson had been convicted in December, the time since then would have been sentenced to her sentence.

He said he had no doubt that Davidson understood her SHPO, but “deliberately” ignored the order.

The judge accepted that the girl was “very happy to have that contact,” but added, “She wasn’t old enough to make that decision for herself, and she was entitled to protection from your attention.”

He said, “I fully accept that there was in fact no physical contact between you, but given everything I’ve read about you and your previous insults, I have no doubt that the relationship between you would have become a physical relationship, he would have caused serious damage to your victim over time, after all, that was only 15.

Judge Flewitt told Davidson that she was “relatively immature” and that her personality disorders “could make it difficult for you to moderate your behavior,” because he imprisoned her for 14 months.

He said, “It is important that you take advantage of any courses or counseling you are offered in custody, because if you continue to commit such offenses, you will find yourself spending longer and longer in prison.”

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