Paedophile tricked his way into home of mum of 3 using dating apps

A paedophile banned from staying at homes where kids are living tricked his way into a mum-of three’s house, a court heard.

Billy Robinson, 36, was jailed for 15 years in 2011 for sexually abusing two young girls.

Under sentencing rules, he is banned from living or staying at any address where there are children.

Robinson met his victim on the dating site Plenty Of Fish after being released early from a 15-year sentence Maidstone Crown Court, in Kent, heard.

But the twisted pervert had lied his way into her affections and didn’t tell her about his disgusting crimes.

When Police found out where he was living, they told the stunned mum about the court’s ruling.

She was totally disgusted at his deception.

He was never alone with the children in the house, but had walked one of the youngsters to school, the court heard.

Prosecutor Keith Yardy revealed how in September 2018 Robinson was released early on condition he inform police where he intended to live.

In January, he claimed he was living with a relative in Rainham, Kent, but when officers checked they discovered he had stayed there just a couple of days.

In February he went to the DWP office but officers were waiting and arrested him.

Robinson claimed he was “sofa surfing” but then asked to use the phone and called his lover.

Mr Yardy said police traced the call and spoke with the mother who had no idea about the pervert’s past.

Robinson claimed he loved the woman “and didn’t know how to deal with it”.

After his arrest, he was hauled back to prison to serve the rest of his sentence.

Robinson – who appeared by prison videolink – admitted breaching his sex offenders’ prevention order and not notifying police of his true address.

He was given a 28-month jail sentence which will run concurrently with his present sentence.

Sentencing him, Judge David Griffith-Jones QC said he had exposed the children to a “serious risk of harm and distress”.

He added: “This was a flagrant breach of your obligations and you didn’t tell the woman in question about your convictions.”