Jamie Chapman broke down when he was arrested by the police and a colleague said, “I am f *** ing monster.”
A Kindergarten worker Solihull uses social media to blackmail “petrified” children to meet him heard a sexual abuse, a court.
Jamie Chapman, 28, presented as two girls on Facebook and convinced teenagers to send him compromising photos of herself.
Always with false profiles, he then threatened to send the photos to their friends and families if they refused to meet him.
Chapman, who were guilty at an earlier hearing 31 charges against 18 youths would then execute the abuse.
He broke down when he was stopped by the police and a colleague said, “I am f *** ing monster”.
The police launched an extensive investigation and found that the Facebook accounts that were the girls that belonged to Chapman. Agents went to his family home on 11 October last year, while working in the nursery, where he received a phone call from his mother.
Chapman, Tamar Drive, Wood Smith appeared yesterday with the video link to Birmingham Crown Court on Tuesday (May 23) is doomed.
Matthew Brook, prosecution, said: “At the police station, he was questioned on guard He told the police that he had put up the fake Facebook accounts of boredom and in his words he was A little out of hand, he said he was pretending to be a 16-year-old girl. ”
A victim reports Chapman to say, “Please, please stop this,” said the samples taken from the police evidence.
Another said, “I will probably kill myself if they are presented around (the pictures and the video). ”
Chapman, who still wrote as “Emily,” replied coldly: “I do not care. ”
Many of the victims, all aged in their youth, students were in two schools, including a primary school, worked as teaching assistant at Chapman.
The police have already said that there was no evidence of improper contact between workers and children in the kindergarten where he was employed.
Chapman previously admitted to a rape charge, 21 charges to encourage a child to engage in sexual activity, four of the indecent picture distribution and five to make indecent pictures.
The conviction was delayed after it was told the court that Chapman, who appeared from prison by video link, had tried to take his own life in his cell.
Emma Nott, who represents the defendants, said: “This was an incident that took him to his cell this morning, he tried to take his own life, I can see that there are physical traces on his neck, I … was astonished to see how he could present your honor. “