If there is enough demand, we may add additional meetings in the future.
Some may wish to remain after the formal meeting to chat, share on topics, answer questions, and exchange email or phone contacts where this is safe for you to do.
Allen-Howe, of Gardeners Road, Halstead, was charged in August 2016 with 11 counts of making indecent images of children; 29 counts of causing or inciting children to engage in sexual activity and 26 counts of causing or inciting the sexual exploitation of children to become involved in pornography.
He admitted 21 counts of causing or inciting children to engage in sexual activity, eight counts of causing or inciting child prostitution or pornography, and two counts of making indecent photographs of children when he appeared at Chelmsford Crown Court on Friday March 10. Speaking after the case, Detective Sergeant Clayton Ford said: “Allen-Howe used the anonymity of the internet to target young boys, deceiving them into believing they were talking to a teenage girl, before tricking them into the most depraved sex acts and recording them for his own pleasure.
BL: sorry i took so long to reply MK: it's ok MK: where are you from BL: newcaslie MK: ok MK: what's your name BL: XXXX BL: whats yours? MK: it means yes BL: no MK: what are you MK: on your profile is a woman with a dick MK: i aksed you and you told me that you put it so people could see you MK: hey' Good Lord.
MK: XXXX BL: (mm)nice name MK: fuck you MK: you are gay MK: a BL: fuck you too BL: no im not gay!!
A student who contacted teenage boys online and persuaded them to perform sexual acts has been jailed for eight years.
During the investigation, officers carried out extensive enquiries and reviewed large amounts of evidence, including hundreds of chat logs on his five Skype accounts.
Other reports include the scammer manipulating the images taken, to make them seem worse.
The scammers may threaten to send compromising pictures or video footage of you to your friends, colleagues or family, or post it to your networks such as Skype contacts or Facebook friends.
On three of the accounts, he posed as a girl aged 17 to 19 and contacted teenage boys he did not know, asking them to perform sex acts in exchange for photos of the unknown girl.
He also claimed to be a multi-millionaire and offered money and gifts to some of the victims.