Laura Jane Bardsley Biography Laura Jane Bardsley Wiki
A Stockport woman Laura Jane Bardsley has been imprisoned for a number of s*x offenses involving a vulnerable child for six years.
A woman from Stockport at Minshull Street Crown Court has been jailed for six years after a series of s*x offences with a vulnerable child. The woman, Laura Jane Bardsley, sent love letters to her victim and even took him to the hotel for the night.https://t.co/iuCoKGN2cV pic.twitter.com/AvTEMFhM0V
— Manchester News (@manchestergriff) May 20, 2021
Laura Jane Bardsley Age
Laura Jane Bardsley (6/28/1994) of Reddish, Stockport, sent her young victim love letters and even took him to a hotel for the night.
In June 2020, Bardsley began communicating online with the boy, who knew he had a number of complex vulnerabilities and needs.
The communication became s*xual and she invited the child into the house she shared with her adult partner and two young children.
She pretended to be a positive influence on the child during the lockdown but secretly nursed them and eventually began a s*xual relationship with them without anyone else knowing.
Laura Jane Bardsley Arrested
The love letters were found by the child’s mother and Bardsley was arrested.
Bardsley pleaded guilty to two cases of non-penetrative s*xual activity with a child, two cases of penetrative s*xual activity with a child, molesting a child, and using an illegal cell phone in prison.
She was jailed today (May 19) for six years at Minshull Street Crown Court and given a lifetime order to prevent s*xual harm. She must sign the s*x offender registry for life.
Detective Mike Allen of the Greater Manchester Police Department Complex Safeguarding Team said, “Child s*xual exploitation takes many forms.
“I would like to express my gratitude to the victim and his family for having the courage to report this matter and willing to testify even after they have been tried and are ready to face the perpetrator.
“I hope this result has paid back their trust in the authorities and brought them justice when they come to terms with these horrific crimes.
“I encourage young people who – or anyone else who suspects they are young people – are inappropriately contacted by an adult through the Internet, in person, or through any other channel to report it to an appropriate adult or agency regardless of whether it is a parent, caregiver, teacher or the police.
“Ensuring that victims are protected and that perpetrators are brought to justice is our top priority.
“I hope today’s verdict serves as a warning to the perpetrators and prevents them from communicating with a child in order to satisfy their s*xual desires.
“As this case shows, conviction can lead to imprisonment.”