ADAM Johnson’s parents’ home has been targeted by vandals who daubed “Peado” on their outside wall.
His parents, Dave and Sonia, were left shaken after being alerted by pals and were forced to scrub off the marks on Friday morning.
However remnants of the misspelled slur remain on the brickwork, which they’ve attempted to hide with a parked car.
A source said: “Adam was horrified when the house was vandalised. His mum was really shaken because it’s clear people know where they live and they clearly have an agenda.”
His £2million mansion, which is tucked behind his parents’ property, has been kitted out with high-tech security features, along with the car he uses, which has five CCTV cameras attached to it.
Johnson, who was released from HMP Moorland last month after serving half of his six year sentence for having sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl, has vowed to up security at his parents’ home.
A source added: “Adam knows he’s a target but his parents aren’t fair game to him and he wants to protect them.
“He’s planning on installing extra security features added to the property, including CCTV, to try and stop people targeting the house
The family have no idea who did this and Sonia feels especially vulnerable about it. They just want to live in peace.”
Following his release, Johnson, 31, has kept a low profile.
He was reunited with his daughter, Ayla, four, from his relationship with Stacey Flounders, 29, the day after he was freed but has stayed out of the public eye.
Event organiser Stacey dumped Johnson during his trial at Bradford Crown Court in 2016 after discovering the truth about his crimes in court.
In an exclusive interview with The Sun On Sunday, she admitted to aborting their second child after discovering she was pregnant.
Stacey said she would not stop Johnson having a relationship with their daughter and told pals she was trying to organise a regular visitation schedule.
Earlier this month Johnson released a public apology to his victim.
He said in a statement that he “would like to take this opportunity to publicly express my remorse for my actions”.
Johnson added: “It should never have happened and I deeply regret what I did.
“I now want to concentrate on the future and want to demonstrate through my actions that I am committed to repaying them for their support.”