Crown Court is a television courtroom drama produced by Granada Television for the ITV network which ran from 1972, when the Crown Court system replaced Assize courts and Quarter sessions in the legal system of England and Wales, to 1984. It was transmitted in the early afternoon.
A teenager who appeared on the reality TV show super nanny as a child was described as a danger to women and jailed for 10 years for the rape.
The Judge rejected a letter from his mother, who said the 2005 show, led to a "campaign of abuse and mockery".
He said that the Boy had an "extreme form of sexual curiosity or unhealthy fantasy".'Enjoyed violence'
The court heard that Young spent The Night of may 13. October 2018, stalking, and photos of the "vulnerable" women, before he discovers The Victim is being supported by her boyfriend as he walked her home.
During a hearing last year, Young's defense claimed that he was sure that they came home, but the court heard he had to steal a "deliberate plan" to the foreign bag, so he could send it as a "hero" Figure .Sue and Paul Young and their five sons aged eight months to eight years, appeared on The Show in 2005
if you leave the boyfriend entered the apartment and attacked you had.
judge Levett said, evidence of The Victim suggested that Young enjoyed, the violence, and then only to escape, after they had promised To Let him "do let them do what ever to me" when he has to go to The Bathroom .
the Boy's mother claimed he was "very protective" of women, after a fire at The Family home in 2007, which led to "considerable media attention".
she suggested, her son, was a man with good character, did not have what was claimed. All their demands were rejected, as "beautification" by The Judge .
The court heard that the Boy had a criminal record for the penalty of a 12-year-old girl with a knife when he was 14.
the Boy, of Beechcroft Road, had denied rape, to commit actual Bodily Harm and theft, but was found guilty by a jury.
"you took advantage of a vulnerable woman, who would have expected in your own home, where you are, you was safe in your bed," said judge Levett.
the Boy was sentenced to 10 years in a young offenders' institution with an extended licence period of five years.