Former BBC Radio presenters Tony and Julie Wadsworth who abused young boys are sentenced to prison

In an interview, a man now in his 30s who was sexually abused by former  BBC radio presenters Tony and Julie Wadsworth as a boy has said: "They groomed and abused me like the paedos they are"
Former BBC Radio presenters Tony and Julie Wadsworth sentenced
Having a 14 year old daughter himself now,  the dad only went to the police 20 years later after he went on a grooming awareness course and realized that what the popular couple had done to him was criminal. 

The sick pedophile couple encouraged a string of school-age boys to take part in underage sexual activities in Warwickshire Woods in the mid 90s.
They where loved by their fans. While publicly they were well-regarded as the 'Richard and Judy' of local radio, behind closed doors they were hiding a secret lust for underage boys. 

Unfortunately for them, their past finally caught up, but they denied indecently assaulting six school boys, the youngest of whom was just 11-years-old at the time of these crimes. 

After a trial at the Warwick Crown Court they were convicted by a jury yesterday and sentenced to prison for five years.

After the verdict, the Tony and Julie Wadsworth  wiped away tears and mouthed 'I love you' to each other as they were led away to separate cells. 
Former BBC Radio presenters Tony and Julie Wadsworth who abused young boys are sentenced to prison Former BBC Radio presenters Tony and Julie Wadsworth who abused young boys are sentenced to prison Reviewed by Nelson Storm on June 10, 2017 Rating: 5