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Porn film duo in court

PUBLISHED: 08:11 11 May 2002 | UPDATED: 11:53 03 March 2010

AN East Anglian duo have been sentenced for making porn films with a teenage girl.

They also admitted other sex offences with three teenagers.

Nicholas Seaman, 25, of Near The Windmill, Belchamp, Otten, Essex and Kevin Totman, 21, of Harpers Road, Glemsford, Suffolk appeared at Ipswich Crown Court.

AN East Anglian duo have been sentenced for making porn films with a teenage girl.

They also admitted other sex offences with three teenagers.

Nicholas Seaman, 25, of Near The Windmill, Belchamp, Otten, Essex and Kevin Totman, 21, of Harpers Road, Glemsford, Suffolk appeared at Ipswich Crown Court.

Martyn Levitt prosecuting, said Seaman had videod Totman and a 15-year-old girl performing sexual acts. He said Seaman had encouraged the girls to get drunk, then he had had sexual intercourse with one in a car and another at his flat.

Seaman pleaded guilty to two charges of having sexual intercourse with girls under 16 years and two charges of gross indecency.

Totman pleaded guilty to two charges of gross indecency.

Mr Levitt said an aggravating feature was that the girls had been virgins and that these have not been isolated incidents, but had spanned a three week period in October last year.

Judge John Holt viewed the video and said Seaman was the leader of the enterprise with Totman looking uncomfortable on film.

He said the 15-year-old had agreed to take part in the video. He said that Seaman's conduct had been "selfish". "The aim was personal sexual pleasure."

He added that he had been "uncaring towards the feelings of these girls who were vulnerable and impressionable."

Both defendants were said to be ashamed of what they had done. Totman was sentenced to 100 hours community punishment and put on probation for two years. He was ordered to pay £486 towards court costs.

Seaman was jailed for a total of 15 months.


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