A sick pervert escaped jail despite admitting to having sex with four underage girls
A PERVERT who had sex with four underage girls dodged a prison term after his second conviction — despite breaking a probation order for the first.
Predator Daniel Comrie, 22, escaped with 300 hours’ unpaid work after admitting a string of sex offences.
His shocking sentence was slammed by a victim who was 14 when she was targeted in Perth with two others of 15.
Cassandra Davidson waived her right to anonymity following his let-off — four years after he got community service for abusing another schoolgirl.
She said: “He denied the offence against me for two years before pleading guilty. I thought he’d go to prison.
“When he didn’t, I was angry, upset and miserable.
“The courts say to report it but after I plucked up the courage to tell someone I got messed about by the justice system.”
Comrie was put on the sex offenders register and probation at Perth Sheriff Court in 2012.
But just months later he started texting Cassandra, who had no idea about his seedy past.
She recalled: “I met him on my school lunch break.
“He was quite charming. Later that day we had sex for the first time in a field near Wellshill Cemetery in Perth.
“He told me it had to remain a secret due to him having other girlfriends.
“I realise now I was very naive — and he took advantage of that.”
Cassandra, now 18, was with Comrie when cops turned up at his flat two years ago.
She said: “I was 16 then but he whispered to me, ‘You’re 17’. The police quickly found out that I was lying.
“But I had no idea that he was on probation and wasn’t allowed to be with anyone under 17.”
Comrie, of Alyth, Perthshire, was sentenced at the High Court in Edinburgh earlier this month.
He’d pled guilty to having sex with Cassandra when she was 14 and 15 and with two other girls when they were aged 15.