Sick Nursery Worker 'Sat On Two Babies' And Sent Clips To Fetish Fiend For Cash

Sick Nursery Worker 'Sat On Two Babies' And Sent Clips To Fetish Fiend For Cash

Twisted RAF serviceman Andrew Kerr recruited 'naive' and vulnerable Gemma McFee to carry out his sick fantasies on 16-month-old babies for cash, which she wanted for a holiday.

A nursery worker filmed herself sitting on two babies and sent the footage to an RAF serviceman who paid for the sick clips.

Gemma McFee was exploited.

Twisted Andew Kerr - who has also pleaded guilty to possessing child abuse images - had a fetish for women sitting on babies and recruited 28-year-old Gemma McFee to carry out his perverted fantasies.

The babies were just 16-months-old when McFee sat on the bodies of the children and the head of one of them until they became "extremely distressed, crying out and attempting to escape from underneath her."

Dundee Sheriff Court heard former nursery assistant McFee carried out the sick acts to pay for a holiday. The court showed her mercy, the Mirror's sister title the Daily Record has only now been able to reveal.

The Scottish paper was only today able to report the mercy shown to McFee at her sentencing in November 2019, as any mention of the case was banned until the resolution of proceedings against Kerr.

Dundee Sheriff's Court where the case was heard.

McFee was said to have been spared jail because she had been "naive" and was "manipulated and exploited".

She sent seven separate video clips to Kerr, who had approached her through Facebook.

She was sentenced to 200 hours community service, placed on a restriction of liberty order for eight months, and under social work supervision for three years.

Sheriff Jillian Martin-Brown also ordered banned her from having any contact with any child under 17.

McFee, a mother-of-two, of Barry, Angus, pleaded guilty in October 2019 to assaulting the babies, a boy and a girl, who cannot be identified, to the danger of their lives, at a house in Arbroath, in June 2018.

Kerr, 35, has pleaded guilty to inciting McFee to commit the offences.

He also admitted attempting to incite a woman in Elgin to assault a child by sitting and standing on them, and possessing child abuse images at addresses including RAF Lossiemouth and RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus.

Gemma McFee was spared jail because she had been 'naive'

Sentence on Kerr was deferred for social workers to study a report on him by a psychosexual therapist.

Dealing with McFee, Sheriff Martin-Brown said it was her view that a non-custodial sentence would achieve the purposes of punishment and societal disapproval as well as give an opportunity for "effective rehabilitation".

She told McFee, a first offender: "Although you committed assaults against two very young children, it's clear that you did not intend to harm or physically hurt the children.

"You exercised extremely poor judgement at a time when your mental health was frail and you were experiencing financial difficulties.

"You were manipulated and exploited by a male who took advantage of your vulnerable state.

"I think that your relative youth may provide an explanation for your naivety in response to the suggestion posed by the male [Kerr].

"It is accepted there was no actual danger to the lives of the two children. Had the assaults continued then their lives would have been in danger, but they did not.

"No medical treatment was required and you eventually came to your senses and refused the increasingly more dangerous suggestions [made by Kerr].

"While the psychological impact of the knowledge of these offences when the children are older is unknown, there is no significant physical impact upon them.

"You've expressed considerable remorse."

McFee, who was 25 and unemployed at the time of the offences, had wept openly in the dock as the video clips showing her placing a cushion on the 16-month-old babies and repeatedly sitting and putting her weight on them were played in court.

On June 18, 2018 Kerr stated: "You can do it on the floor but usually easier to start on the bed or sofa, that way you can apply your full weight."

He also suggested that she smother the babies, and that she sit on their heads.

Mrs Letford said: "When it is clear she is motivated by financial gain he tells her that the higher quality the clips were the bigger the financial gain would be for her, adding that she needed to cover more of the child and put more weight on them.

"At the time of these assaults, bank statements show she was experiencing some financial difficulties.

"Throughout the conversation,she continually asks questions about how much money she would receive for making the video clips.

"At one stage when asked to make another video she stated, 'Yeah will do. I'm due a holiday so let's see if I can make as much as possible'."

In one conversation McFee told Kerr: "He really really didn't like that last one. I'll have to stop and give him a breather."

The video clips, ranging from four to forty seconds in length, were played in court, showing the accused sitting on the bodies of the children and the head of one of them, placing varying degrees of body weight on them.

One clip showed her kneeling in front of one of the babies and thrusting her buttocks backwards towards the child, while a still photograph showed her sitting on one of the babies.

The videos showed McFee increasing the weight on the children by placing a cushion on top of their bodies -- and in one clip on a child's head -- and sitting on the cushion

Mrs Letford said: "Each of the children appeared to be laughing and giggling at the beginning, however as she places more body weight onto them they become extremely distressed, crying out and attempting to escape from underneath her."

Medical evidence showed it was unlikely that the children had suffered any physical damage from the assaults, the prosecutor said. However had the assaults continued for any longer, doctors said, it would have caused danger to their lives.

Sheriff Martin-Brown said said McFee had "fully co-operated" with the police and could have been required to give evidence against Kerr.
Sick Nursery Worker 'Sat On Two Babies' And Sent Clips To Fetish Fiend For Cash
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