They believed they were in a relationship with a young teenage boy, to then find out this was actually a female. In one instance, Watts sexually assaulted the girl in her mother's bedroom. Prosecutor Barnaby Shaw said Watts was 'adept at both manipulating people and the continuing subterfuge'. Watts, who once had a promising football career, is facing jail at Winchester Crown Court pictured today after pleading guilty to seven sexual assault and grooming charges. Jailing her for eight years, Judge Susan Evans told Watts: 'You made a conscious decision to use a false identity in order to enter into relationships with young females with a view to sexual activity with them for your own gratification. Another victim also described the devastating impact of Watts' crimes, saying: 'I always wonder if someone knew is who they say they are. Pictured: Shop owner 58, killed by falling tree during Storm Ciara as walker who plunged to his death during The charges she pleaded guilty to relate to four girls, a year-old from Hampshire a year-old from Surrey, a year-old girl from Plymouth, Devon, and a year-old from the West Midlands. In a statement read out in court, one of Watts' victims said her 'heart exploded' and her 'world stopped' when police told her 'Jake' was in fact an adult woman.
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