Nursery worker who was jailed for making child abuse videos and sharing them with pedophiles could be out by Christmas
48-year-old Vanessa George abused babies and toddlers who had all been left in her care at Little Ted's nursery when she was a part of a pedophile ring in Plymouth, Devon
Vanessa George, the woman who is known as Britain's worst female pedophile, is hoping that she will be released from jail in time for Christmas and is making a fresh bid for parole.
48-year-old George had abused babies and toddlers who had all been left in her care at Little Ted's nursery when she was a part of a pedophile ring in Plymouth, Devon. She also used to send photos of the children in her care to her 48-year-old lover Colin Blanchard who then forwarded them to the now 47-year-old Angela Allen. The woman confessed to seven sexual assaults in total against young children and six counts of distributing and making indecent pictures of children. After only serving nine years behind bars, George hopes that she will be released from prison and she has also demanded a new identity.
The Sun reported that officials from the Parole Board are yet to decide if the pedophile is still a danger to the public and they will make the decision before she is released. George is also serving an indeterminate sentence like that which was given to John Worboys, the black cab rapist. The sentence has a minimum of seven years in jail which the mother-of-two has already served.
George's crimes launched a serious case review that discovered that the nursery "provided an ideal environment" for the woman to abuse the children in her care because there had not been any staff supervision. She would send her boyfriend the pictures of babies as she was changing their diapers. The pedophile would sexually abuse the children as she was filming the incident in her secret "fun" phone. She even smuggled a sex toy into the nursery for one of the vile attacks.
The two of them would then share with each other the disgusting fantasies they had about children after they met on Facebook. George even joked that her lover was a "dirty pedo". She would regularly send him images of abuse and texts. George never gave a proper list of all the children that she had abused to the police but the number of victims is believed to be at least 30 children.
George's earlier bids for parole had all been denied after she initially became eligible for it on December 15, 2016. The officials at the Parole Board recommended, at that time, that she should be kept back in jail for at least two more years after she became eligible for parole. George is being held at the high-security HMP Bronzefield in Ashford, Surrey, at the moment. The Sun reported that her legal team has filed for a new application for parole.
A spokesperson for the Parole board said: "We can confirm the parole review of Vanessa George has been referred to the Parole Board and is following standard processes. The job of the Parole Board is to determine if someone would represent a significant risk to the public after release. The panel will carefully look at a whole range of evidence, including details of the original evidence and any evidence of behaviour change. We do that with great care and public safety is our number one priority." A decision is expected in mid-November.