Tuesday, 21 Sep 2021

Paedo doctor told boy, 8, he was ‘going to be a star’ in sick home porn studio

A paedo police doctor has been jailed for life after building a makeshift porn studio and telling an eight-year-old boy he was "going to be a star".

Sicko Robert Cameron Wells used the converted scrapyard office to direct films of his drugged child victim, a court heard.

The room was described as windowless and empty apart from a hospital bed, lights and a large camera.

A jury at Hove Crown Court convicted him of two counts of indecency with a child and another of attempting to make an indecent image of a child, the Sun reports.

The former doctor, who worked as a medic for Hampshire Police, was jailed for life with a minimum term of 17 years, as well as three other sentences to run concurrently totalling another nine years and 10 months.

Pervert Wells, who did not issue an apology to his victims, will be 86 before he is eligible to be considered for parole.

He used drugs to carry out the attacks on his victims in all the offences.

Wells pleaded guilty to 16 other offences against five young people in Brighton, West Sussex, Hampshire and the West Midlands between 19 and 25 years ago.

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This included an indecent assault on a 15-year-old girl while supposedly conducting an examination at his surgery in Portslade, West Sussex.

He also raped and committed seven offences of indecent assault on a nine-year-old girl in Brighton and the West Midlands, as wells as taking indecent photos of the child.

Judge Rennie branded him a "monster" as Wells appeared via video link from HMP Lewes. He refused to attend court for the sentencing.

The judge added that he his "perverted sexual appetite knows no bounds" and he "showed no hint of regret or remorse".

Detective Constable Owen Watkins of Sussex Police said: "Wells was clearly a systematic and serial sexual abuser of young people, using his charm and air of professional distinction to lure them into a sense of false security, for his own gratification.

"Only one of the victims was abused by Wells acting in his official capacity as a doctor, but all the others came to know him, whether through family or work, because of his role and were clearly influenced by his status.

"His victims in this case have given full support to the investigation.

"We admire the strength and bravery shown by all of them, which was so crucial in ensuring that justice was done.

"We are also grateful to our colleagues in the Hampshire Constabulary for the assistance they have given us in this complex investigation."

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