Dapto man Ryan Suttle (photo) appeared in Wollongong District Court today for 23 sexual offenses against nine girls as young as 14 between 2014-2018

Predator, 26, admits he takes care of vulnerable teenagers on Instagram before paying $ 50 for sex – and a $ 10 bonus if he could film them

  • A man who has abused girls as young as 14 has been found guilty of 23 offenses
  • Ryan Suttle would rather care for girls on Instagram and pay for sex
  • Victims told the court that the abuse destroyed their lives

A 26-year-old man has been found guilty of taking care of vulnerable teenagers on Instagram and paying them $ 50 for sex – with a $ 10 bonus for filming him.

Ryan Suttle, from Dapto, south of Sydney, appeared in the Wollongong District Court on Wednesday and was charged with 23 sexual crimes against nine girls aged 14 between 2014 and 2018.

His allegations include sexual intercourse with children from 14 to 16 years, producing child abuse material and child prostitution Illawarra Star reported.

Dapto man Ryan Suttle (photo) appeared in Wollongong District Court today for 23 sexual offenses against nine girls as young as 14 between 2014-2018

Dapto man Ryan Suttle (photo) appeared in Wollongong District Court today for 23 sexual offenses against nine girls as young as 14 between 2014-2018

Suttle pretended to be a teenager when he approached the children on Instagram.

He would invite victims to send him a message on Snapchat before encouraging them to send him sexually explicit images.

Suttle would abuse his victims at home or pick them up to take them to another location.

A young victim who used cannabis and ecstasy at the time accepted $ 60 to be filmed by performing sexual acts with him in his vehicle.

Another, 14, he filmed performing oral sex on him in his parental home.

The acts, some of which were too graphic to be summoned in court, were reported by many victims to have their lives destroyed.

One of the teenagers' statements said that the abuse led her to & # 39; kill herself & # 39 ;.

Matthew Johnston SC, Suttle's lawyer, told the court that his client was depressed at the time because of a back-related health condition that had prevented him from working and exercising.

Suttle has since regretted his crimes.

He will be sentenced on October 3.

Suttle pretended to be a teenager when he approached vulnerable teenagers on Instagram

Suttle pretended to be a teenager when he approached vulnerable teenagers on Instagram

Suttle pretended to be a teenager when he approached vulnerable teenagers on Instagram

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