X Factor's Danny Tetley jailed for nine years over child sex offences Danny Tetley persuaded teenage boys to send him sexualised images with offers of money and X Factor photos.

Danny Tetley persuaded teenage boys to send him sexualised images with offers of money and X Factor photos.

A former X Factor star has been jailed for nine years after being found guilty of grooming teenage boys and inducing them to send him indecent pictures.

Danny Tetley admitted seven charges of causing sexual exploitation of boys aged between 14 and 16, as well as two counts relating to the distribution of indecent images.

His jail term forms part of a 17-year extended sentence, meaning he will be closely monitored for eight years following his release.

The 39-year-old from...
source: The Sky News

2020-01-24 20:02
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