An evil child abuser who called herself “Devil Bitch 666” has been jailed for sexually abusing children online for paying customers.
Sick pervert Jodie Little, 30, originally from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, was deported from Cyprus where she was operating her grubby internet child abuse business.
Using the online handles ‘devil bitch 666’ and ‘Queen of Tabbo’ (sic), Little sexually abused children under 13-years-old, distributed indecent images of children, and advertised videos of children being sexually abused for sale online.
Little conducted her evil business on a website for adult escort and webcam services.
Little was sentenced to 12 years and four months behind bars at Isleworth Crown Court after admitting sexual activity with a boy under 13, three counts of distributing an indecent photograph or pseudo-photograph of a child, and publishing an obscene article describing child rape.
Advertising sexual abuse
She also confessed to publishing an advert offering for sale videos of sexual abuse, conspiracy to sexually assault a boy under 13 by touching, causing a child to engage in sexual activity, and sexually assaulting a girl under 13 by touching.
Little was prosecuted for eight of the nine offences using Section 72 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003, special legislation which allows British nationals to be prosecuted in the UK for offences committed overseas.
The National Crime Agency (NCA), Britain’s equivalent to the FBI, passed intelligence In in June last year to police in Northern Cyprus that Little was offering to sexually abuse children online for payment.
Authorities in Cyprus decided to deport her to the UK after they were alerted to her offending and because her visa had expired.
Jason Booth, NCA operations manager, said: “Little was financially motivated; her crimes are utterly abhorrent and are one of many examples the NCA is seeing of worsening cyber-enabled child sexual offending.
“The NCA knows that the scale and severity of offending against children are worsening.
“We and UK police arrest around 450 child sex offenders a month and safeguard about 680 children a month.
“There is no greater priority for us than protecting children. Distance is no barrier to us.”
He added: “We did everything we could in this case using our investigators, international staff and child protection experts to stop Little’s offending.
“The NCA’s unique capabilities – which we deliver for the benefit of law enforcement across the UK – were vital in bringing this horrific offender to justice.”