A paedophile named Andrew Miller, who identifies as a woman and goes by the name Amy George, has been sentenced to 20 years in jail for kidnapping and sexually abusing a primary school-aged girl. The victim was walking home when Miller, dressed as a woman, offered her a ride in February.
The girl was subjected to repeated attacks at Miller's house, which the judge called "every parent's worst nightmare." Miller admitted to charges of abduction, sexual assault, watching pornography in front of a child under 13, and possessing over 200 child pornography images.
In court, it was revealed that Miller, who is transitioning to a woman, abducted the child and kept her in his house for 27 hours, during which time he forced her to watch pornography and repeatedly touched her.
He claimed that he had offered her a ride because she was cold, and that forcing her to sleep next to him was a "motherly" thing to do. Despite his claims, the court found him guilty of all charges.
This case highlights the need for awareness and vigilance when it comes to protecting children from sexual abuse.In a heart-stopping turn of events, the girl was able to call the police while Miller was sleeping, and wearing women's underwear. She told police that she had been inappropriately touched.
Judge Lord Arthurson called Miller's crimes "abhorrent," "deviant," and "depraved," saying they were every parent's worst nightmare. After his arrest, police found three laptops at his house, which contained over 200 indecent images of children.
The severity of his crimes is reflected in the 20-year sentence, which will keep him off the streets and away from other children.