Update: Marc Hill, 27, was jailed on Friday for two years for offences against two girls under 16. He sexually abused one child, forced another to send him naked pictures, and involved his girlfriend in his sick fantasies.

May 2017

Girlfriend, 21, joined in with her partner’s ‘lurid’ sexual fantasies of abusing young girls

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A 21-year-old woman got involved in her perverted boyfriend’s ‘lurid and horrendous’ sexual fantasies and his abuse of a young girl just to ‘please him,’ a court was told today.

Sian Ada-May Donnachie even stripped off and stood naked in front of the teenage girl as part of the couple’s bizarre sexual interaction, Gloucester Crown Court heard.

She and boyfriend Marc Hill, 27, had exchanged 1,800 pages of text messages which revealed the depravity of their sexual fantasising, the court was told.

Donnachie enthusiastically joined in Hill’s fantasies and encouraged them with suggestions and embellishments of her own, said prosecutor Virginia Cornwall.

Hill, of Melmore Gardens, Cirencester, was jailed for two years and Donnachie, of Park View, Stratton, Cirencester, received a four month jail term suspended for two years.

Both the young victims were sitting in court with a police officer to hear the case.

Donnachie had pleaded guilty to inciting the teenage girl to engage in sexual activity by presenting herself naked in front of her.

Red-haired Donnachie also admitted two charges of possessing child abuse images – six Category B images of children and 19 Category C images.

Hill pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting the girl before she was a teenager.

He also admitted inciting her to engage in sexual activity and having sexual activity with her when she was later a teenager.

He further admitted inciting another girl, aged under 16, to send him photographs of her naked breasts.

And he pleaded guilty to two charges of making indecent photos of children and two of distributing the images to Donnachie.

Finally, he admitted one charge of making 53 Category C indecent images of children in the same period of time.

Hill was ordered to sign the sex offender register for 10 years and a sexual harm prevention order was made against him. Donnachie was ordered to sign the register for seven years and undergo a 60 day rehabilitation activity requirement.

Judge Michael Cullum said: “The overwhelming, dominating, feature of the evidence is the 1,800 pages of text material between the two of you,

“It forms a poisonous backdrop against which the younger girl in particular was abused. The exchanges between the two of you are horrendous to read.

“They envisage sexual assault and rape of the girl. You talk about doing it, enjoying it and the pain she will suffer. The detail is significant,

“The sexual activity was suggested by Hill and was enthusiastically followed, at least in the texts, by you Donnachie. You encouraged it. Where he mentioned that the girl could be ‘kept quiet’ you added details such as ‘with tears down her face.’

“You fed his perversion, for your own benefit as well as his. You were not reluctant, You were fully supportive. “

But the judge said he accepted that while Hill wanted perverted sex with under age girls Donnachie’s motive was just to enhance her sexual relationship with Hill by going along with his fantasies.

Donnachie also bore responsibility for introducing Hill to the teenager, he added.

The judge said the pair were effectively grooming the girl and ‘envisaging the situation becoming more serious.’

Ms Cornwall said police became aware of Hill’s internet child abuse images in July 2015 and went to his home. He claimed illegal images had popped up on his computer while he was looking at adult porn.

The police then found ‘concerning’ chat logs between Hill and the young girl, starting when she was under 13.

Police discovered that Hill was telling Donnachie at that time of his sexual fantasies and the pair spent almost two years in dialogue about the girl.

“They were almost obsessed with the idea of isolating her, how to make opportunities to engage sexually with her, to get her alone,” Ms Cornwall said.

The Crown accepted, she said, that it was more about ideas than actual contact with the girl but worryingly they repeatedly used the word rape when discussing the girl.

When Hill saw the girl he would touch her inappropriately to assess her reaction.

“By Donnachie’s own admission, she presented herself naked to this girl,” the prosecutor said.

“She dropped her trousers in order to engage the girl in some sort of sexual activity. It was the sort of behaviour the defendants had chatted about at length during the course of their messaging. It was all part of grooming behaviour.

“Donnachie was clearly encouraging him and expressing her own sexual idealization and desires in relation to the girl.”

Mrs Cornwall said Hill made contact with the older girl on Facebook and kept asking her to send photos of her naked breasts. She refused but he became threatening and said if she did not comply he would kidnap and rape her.

She was scared and she then sent him eight indecent photos of herself.

Mrs Cornwall said the younger girl feels her life has changed and her school grades have suffered as a result of the offences. She feels down and unable to concentrate, she stated.

March 2017

Woman, 20, admits inciting 13-year-old girl into sexual activity

A 20-year-old woman has admitted inciting a 13-year-old girl into sexual activity

Sian Donnachie admitted the offence against the youngster at Gloucester Crown Court

She also admitted possessing six Category B indecent images of children and 19 Category C images between June 2013 and July 2015.

Donnachie pleaded guilty to inciting the girl to engage in sexual activity by presenting herself naked in front of her.

Marc Hill, 27, has already pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting the same girl and inciting her to engage in sexual activity and having sexual activity with her between November 2013 and November 2014.

Donnachie, of Cirencester, Gloucester, was granted unconditional bail and will be sentenced at a later date.

Judge Jamie Tabor QC told her: ”This is a troubling case. The difficulty in this case is to separate lure and fantasy from reality.

“It is a case of sufficient gravity and sensitivity.”

Hill, 27, of Cirencester, has previously admitted nine sex charges

He admitted inciting a different girl, also under 16, to send him indecent photographs.

Hill has pleaded guilty to two charges of making indecent photos of children and two of distributing such images to Ms Donnachie between June 2013 and July 2015.

And he admitted one further charge of making 53 Category C indecent images of children in the same period of time.

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