Vanessa George victim’s dad says he will KILL Britain’s worst female paedo if he sees her after she’s free

A RAGING dad who fears his daughter was abused by Britain’s worst female paedophile revealed he will kill her if he sees her after her shocking jail release.

Evil nursery worker Vanessa George abused 64 babies and shared the sickening videos with her pervert lover as she boasted she was his “paedo whore mum”.

The monster is now due to be released from prison in September after a parole board ruled she was not a “significant risk” to children.

But a dad, who still doesn’t know whether his young daughter was abused as George refused to name all of her victims, has slammed the decision.

The parent, who we are not naming, had begged officials not to free George at the parole hearing.

He told The Sun Online: “If I see her I will kill her, all bets off. Even if my daughter wasn’t [one of the ones abused].

“I was disgusted [by the verdict], The whole process from start to finish – even up to today – has been a mess. She should never be released. We had no sleep at all last night.

“The parents, myself included, have been offered no support. We’ve had this dropped on us and just left. Only the probation service have offered some support.”

George, from Plymouth, Devon, was jailed for a minimum of seven years in 2009 after taking pictures of herself harming up to 64 babies and toddlers at the Little Teds nursery.

The fiend cruelly refused to tell police the names of all of her victims – leading to a decade of “hell” for families who still aren’t sure whether their child was abused.

Her ex-husband Andrew said he was “staggered” she was being released and said previous he feared she would “manipulate” the parole board.

It has since emerged George had taxpayer-funded classes to boost her “self-esteem” and banish her “insecurity” to convince the panel to release her,

The dad said: “I gave a statement to the parole board last week. I said she’s never given the names once. “Now our children are of an age where they’re on Facebook and they’re going to ask us [whether they were abused by George] and I can’t answer yes or no.
“She had ten years to tell us. They have been hell. We have got to live with that every day.”

George earned the grisly title of Britain’s worst female paedo in 2009 after she was caged for taking the sick pictures of herself harming babies and toddlers.

The abuse sent shockwaves around the UK – with distraught families who had left their children in George’s care at the nursery horrified to discover her chilling crimes.

Child protection officers visited 180 children thought to have had contact with George, who admitted taking up to eight pictures a day while on duty.

Recalling the moment George was arrested, the dad said: “I heard it on the radio when I was at work. I didn’t take it in, I didn’t really comprehend what was going on. It took me a day to realise.
“They shut the nursery down there and then. They called in about 200 people that night to the local church. I didn’t know what to think to be honest. We were told photos were taken.”

Sickeningly, George had sent the child abuse pictures to lover Colin Blanchard, who led a paedophile ring involving her and three other women.

Mum-of-two George, whose two daughters have publicly disowned her, described herself to Blanchard as a “paedo whore mum” in vile exchanges between the two.

She also called him “baby” and described them as the “perfect paedo couple” as she “plumbed new depths of depravity”.

George admitted to a total of seven sexual assaults of young children and six counts of distributing and making indecent pictures of children.

She was caged for a minimum of seven years in 2009, along with another online lover, ex-prostitute Angela Allen, who was given the same sentence.

Tracey Lyons, who was jailed in 2011 for sending sickening child abuse pictures to Blanchard, has now been released from prison.

Tracy Dawber, who was in a year-long relationship with the paedo ringleader, was caged for four years for abusing a two-year-old boy and letting Blanchard film it.

For the dad, he spent his daughter’s childhood agonisingly checking for signs she may have been abused and panicked whenever she was “a bit quiet”.

He added: “There’s no point mentioning it to her. If she asks me, I’ll tell her what I know. I won’t beat around the bush.

“For now, we wait. I’d rather know if something happened to my daughter so we can tackle it.”