Sick woman admits raping kids in 'most distressing' case court has ever seen 

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Police discovered sex toys and images of children

RAPIST: Rebecca Holloway admitted a string of horrific sex attacks on children (Pic: Grimsby & Scunthorpe Newspapers)

Rebecca Holloway, 26, was exposed as a paedophile after cops caught her having “highly sexualised and exceptionally graphic” conversations online about sex abuse of children. 

Sick Holloway, who had no previous criminal record, pleaded guilty to rape, conspiracy to sexually assault children and distributing indecent images at Grimsby Crown Court on Friday. 

A close-up picture of a girl’s underwear was found when cops went to her house, Grimsby Live reports. 

Police also discovered sex toys and sexual images of children. 

“I have never before come across a case of such depravity”

Recorder Bernard Gateshill

They then went on to discover a girl had been sexually abused and raped, while a very young boy had suffered a sexual injury. 

Holloway has admitted two rape of a child offences and conspiracy to sexually assault a child under 13, as well as making and distributing indecent images of children.

Paul O’Shea, prosecuting at Grimsby Crown Court, said: “It’s a depressing, serious and grave case.”

He said Holloway sank to “real depths of depravity to satisfy her own sexual urges”.

Police discovered a girl had been sexually abused

CHILDREN: A close-up picture of a girl’s underwear was found when cops went to Holloway’s house (Pic: Grimsby & Scunthorpe Newspapers)

Her social media profiles have now been removed.

She should have been sentenced over a year ago.

But unusually, because of the seriousness and complexities of the case, the court ran out of time and the sentencing was abandoned until this week.

Recorder Bernard Gateshill, who was hearing it at the time, said: “This is a most distressing case.

“I have never before come across a case of such depravity.”

The case was adjourned to fix a date when all involved could attend for a half-day part-heard sentencing hearing but, later, in November last year, it was taken over by Judge Paul Watson QC to be started again from scratch.

But that still hasn’t happened and the case remains unresolved.

In the meantime, Holloway is behind bars awaiting her sentence date to be fixed.

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