A 'PREDATORY' paedophile had unsupervised contact with a child after previously getting a 13-year-old girl pregnant.

Oliver Fearnall admitted breaching his sexual offences prevention order when he appeared before a judge in Worcester Crown Court earlier today (Wednesday).

The case had been set down for a trial but when the charge was put to him, the 29-year-old of Meadow Walk, Droitwich admitted breaching the order, designed to protect children from sex offenders.

Previously remanded in custody on the charge, he was brought up from the cells by a dock officer.

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He admitted breaching the order by having unsupervised contact with a child under 16 on August 18 last year which he was prohibited from doing under the terms of a sexual offences prevention order made by Worcester Crown Court on May 12, 2014.

We have previously reported how Fearnall, then aged 22, made a 13-year-old girl pregnant and later sparked a police hunt when he ran away with her.

He went with her to a funfair in Stourport and gave her drinks of vodka, white wine and lemonade until she passed out, we reported in May, 2014.

She woke up in a stranger's house in Kidderminster with "love bites" all over her neck, Mr Aspinall said during a court hearing seven years ago.

Mr Aspinall then told the court how she did not see Fearnall again until he asked to be her friend on Facebook using a false name.

She accepted and she then realised it was him. They developed a relationship on the internet and she met him in a flat above an abandoned shop in Kidderminster where they had sex on three occasions.

Fearnall pleaded guilty to three charges of sexual activity with a child and was given three years and eight months concurrent on each count.

He also pleaded guilty to child abduction and was given a 12-month consecutive sentence, making a total of four years and eight months.

He was also given a sexual offences prevention order banning him from working with children until further order and will have to give notification as a sex offender indefinitely. The girl later terminated the pregnancy.

The defendant had expressed, through his solicitor, his wish to be sentenced for the breach of that order today.

However, Judge Martin Jackson said it was a case that would be best served by the preparation of a pre-sentence report prepared by the probation service.

"I have been reading the papers on this matter. This is a concerning case. It does seem to me it would be helpful to have a report from the probation service," he said.

The judge said, were Fearnall released from custody either today or in the very near future without a greater degree of supervision, it could cause problems 'not only for the community but for him as well'.

Fearnall had completed a previous suspended sentence order without breaching it and had managed to engage with probation as part of a previous community order, the court heard.

Jason Smith, the court liaison probation officer, said: "Our primary focus is on public protection. We have to ensure he's properly supervised at all times."

Judge Jackson said: "This is a case where, as Mr Smith has rightly said, public protection has to be at the forefront of what is in the court's mind."

He added: "I'm not happy to be simply going ahead today without having that report from the probation service."

Tariq Shakoor, prosecuting, said he would be asking for three counts of making indecent images of children to lie on file.

The sentence hearing was adjourned until October 13 this year. In the meantime Fearnall was remanded in custody.