Vanessa George faces bail being moved amid fear that it will be attacked by vigilante

Britain's worst pedophile, Vanessa George, faces the departure from the bail where she lives after being released from prison amid fears that it will be attacked by civilian guards

  • Pedophile Vanessa George, 49, is housed in a bail inn in the Midlands
  • George served 10 years behind bars in the Bronzefield women's prison, Surrey
  • She has sexually abused up to 30 toddlers in Little Ted's nursery in Plymouth
  • The hostel is a six-minute walk from the children's room and less than half a mile to the children's club
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Vanessa George, 49, is housed in a probation hotel in the Midlands, just a six-minute walk from a daycare center

Vanessa George, 49, is housed in a probation hotel in the Midlands, just a six-minute walk from a daycare center

The notorious female pedophile in Britain, Vanessa George, could be moved from the bail hostel where she resides after her release from prison because of the fear that she might be attacked.

George, 69, may be the target of civilian guards after rumors about her whereabouts.

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She could now be moved to a police cell for her own safety.

The former daycare worker was imprisoned for at least seven years in 2009 after she had sexually abused up to 30 babies and toddlers in her care at Little Ted & # 39; s daycare center in Plymouth.

She was released from prison this week and is reportedly placed in a probation hotel just six minutes from a daycare center.

The hostel costs up to £ 50,000 a year and is located in the Midlands.

It is only 547 meters from a daycare center and less than half a mile from a children's club, according to The Sunday People.

Probation officers have imposed strict rules for her release and she is banned from schools, pools, social media and dating sites.

A source commented on the decision to house her so close to children and called the move & # 39; outrageous & # 39 ;.

George (on the phone with her police custody lawyer in Plymouth), who had been married for more than 20 years when she was arrested, took 124 obscene images of children on her cell phone over a six-month period
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George (on the phone with her police custody lawyer in Plymouth), who had been married for more than 20 years when she was arrested, took 124 obscene images of children on her cell phone over a six-month period

George (on the phone with her police custody lawyer in Plymouth), who had been married for more than 20 years when she was arrested, took 124 obscene images of children on her cell phone over a six-month period

& # 39; How can they do this – it's the most disgusting thing possible. And it's the worst nightmare of any parent & # 39 ;, said the source.

& # 39; This is a woman who worked at a daycare and abused her position. & # 39;

In July, despite indignation from the parents and MPs of her victims, a Parole Board panel ordered her release after serving 10 years in the Bronzefield women's prison, Ashford, Surrey.

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George convinced the board to release her after treatment for her & # 39; self-confidence & # 39; to increase.

After her release, a father who had a child at the daycare center told the Victoria Derbyshire program of the BBC that he was disgusted & # 39;

The former daycare center employee exchanged photos of the abuse with other pedophiles she met online

The former daycare center employee exchanged photos of the abuse with other pedophiles she met online

The former daycare center employee exchanged photos of the abuse with other pedophiles she met online

In 2009, George admitted 13 allegations of sexual violence, but kept silent about the names of the children she had attacked.

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Child protection officers visited 180 children who were thought to have been in contact with George, and 21 families accepted an offer of support.

George & # 39; s co-defendant Angela Allen, who raped a three-year-old girl, has already served the five-year minimum of her sentence imposed at the same time.

The leader of the pedophile gang, Colin Blanchard, is eligible for conditional release next year after a prison sentence of at least nine years in 2011.

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