A deputy manager who raped and abused a girl under 13 with her boyfriend has been jailed in a case described as “graphic and depraved”.
A deputy principal who “laughed” as she raped a young girl in sickening videos with her sadistic boyfriend has been jailed for 13 years.
Julie Morris, 44, shared “graphic and depraved” fantasies with her partner David Morris, 52, which became a “sordid” reality.
The couple filmed themselves abusing and raping the victim – Julie even laughing as she attacked the young girl, under 13.
On Wednesday, the Briton admitted 18 child sex offenses unrelated to her work as a protection officer at St George’s Central Church of England primary school near Wigan.
Julie sent pictures of children in school to David – who shared her last name but was not her husband – who were neither indecent nor criminal and the children were not abused, said cops according to a report The sun.
The teacher filmed herself laughing as she attacked the girl in videos – before telling police the victim wanted to participate.
Imprisoning him, Judge Andrew Menary called the statement “breathtaking in its inappropriateness”.
He told Liverpool Crown Court: â€œEvery now and then you see cases the circumstances of which are almost beyond comprehension.
â€œThis is one of those cases. It shows that human depravity really knows no depth.
The accused admitted two counts of rape, nine of inciting a child under 13 to engage in sexual activity and two of engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child.
She also admitted three counts of taking indecent images of a child, one of sexual communication with a child and the other of possession of indecent images of a child.
Julie, who wore glasses, a face mask and a cream cable-knit sweater, was jailed for 13 years at Liverpool Crown Court.
Her boyfriend David, 52, who previously admitted to a string of child sex offenses, was sentenced to 16 years in prison.
The court heard how the couple met on Plenty of Fish after they split from their partners in 2016.
Prosecutor John Wyn Williams said the relationship “quickly grew intensely sexual.”
He added: “The communication between them became graphic and depraved, which led to the fulfillment of some of their sexual fantasies.”
The couple’s “sordid secret” was revealed when police uncovered a child sex abuse conversation involving David on a phone seized during a search warrant.
He was arrested, but later cautioned and released.
A number of devices were seized, which showed recordings of rape and sexual abuse.
Mr Wyn Williams said the two defendants were arrested the next day as they tried to flee to the Lake District in a camper van with Â£ 10,000 ($ 18,539).
In addition to the videos and images, officers scanned 175,000 pages of sexually explicit messages between the couple.
The couple also held a group chat with the victim where they would talk about how they would abuse her.
David had previously admitted seven counts of rape, 13 counts of causing or instigating a child under 13 to engage in sexual activity and two counts of engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child. .
He also admitted to taking indecent images in category A – the most severe levels – and B and C.
The accused further pleaded guilty to disseminating indecent images, two counts of sexual communication with a child, three counts of voyeurism, possession of an extreme pornographic image and possession of a prohibited image of a child. .
Damion Lloyd, of the Crown Prosecution Service, said the case was the “pinnacle” of “the most disgusting and depraved types of deeds that people can discuss and do.”
He added: â€œIt really looks like the two were involved as well.
â€œThey formed this horrible sexual interest in children and they made their most unpleasant fantasies about the victim come true.
“It feels like the relationship between them is just a self-sustaining cycle where they have actually trained themselves to acts of worse and worse.”
A math and RE teacher, Julie worked for 10 years at St George’s Central Church of England Primary School.
Parents were made aware of the alleged violations in November in a letter from principal Mark Grogan.
He said: â€œIt is important to stress that the charges relating to the alleged offenses are not related to our school. “
The principal added that he realizes that this “is going to be a shock to everyone in the school community”.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and has been reprinted with permission