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Shelagh Mc Call, defending, said her client had gender identity issues and insisted on referring to her during yesterday’s hearing as “he”.She also said that Wilson wanted to undergo gender re-assignment.
"It was an effect of your own conscience which brought this matter to light.
Her first victim ended the fraudulent relationship after being shown Wilson’s passport photograph.
One of her victims, Megan Adie, who is now 18, said she was devastated by the non-custodial sentence, adding: “She will be able to go back to her own house and lie in her own bed again.
"We encourage staff and all those involved with children and vulnerable people to be vigilant and to voice any concerns so that they can be investigated.