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Read more: Facebook pervert snared after grooming 12-year-old schoolgirl - not realising he was speaking to her mother Judge Parry told Stockton: “You effectively groomed her.“You called her your Princess, said you would look after her, did your best to meet her and sent messages to facilitate the commission of a child sex offence which was what he had in mind.Judge Niclas Parry told the defendants: “This is a case that highlights the danger of social media.” “It was the worst nightmare for any parent of a young girl.“Although you lived in another part of the country and never met, social media made it possible for you and the victim to strike up a relationship.” The teenager, from north Wales, suffered mental health problems because of the sexual targeting and was unfit to be a witness in the case.“By your control over her, you gained sexual gratification by persuading her to pose naked for you.” Both men, who had never been in trouble before, and did not know each other, were ordered to register with the police as sex offenders for ten years.Read more: Serial killer who murdered British teen Hannah Graham 'left her body to be picked over by buzzards' Stockton, of Denebank Road, Anfield , was also locked up for two years after admitting arranging the commission of a child sex offence by sending the girl text messages and two of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.His own partner was pregnant with his baby at the time of the crimes, the court heard.Two men have been jailed for a total of four years after grooming an underage girl on Skype and persuading her to perform sex acts.
During their chats, discovered by the girl's parents on her laptop, Bowers had told her he wanted to marry her and have children together.
The mechanic, of Chapel Road, was jailed for two years after admitted one count of inciting a child sex offence over the internet – and possessing indecent images of the girl and one video recording of her, together with other explicit images.
The 36-year-old incited the teenager to remove her clothes and perform an erotic act - despite knowing she was suicidal, the Liverpool Echo reports.
Richard Bowers, meanwhile, arranged twice to meet up with the victim, but she did not show up, Mold Crown Court was told.
The 21-year-old, also from Liverpool, then threatened to expose her by publishing indecent photos of her on the web.
He even bombarded the teenager with messages as the police investigation began and once posted a message through the letterbox where she lived.