She plead guilty to all offences she was charged with and was given a six month jail sentence, suspended for one year and must also sign the Sex Offenders Register and abide by a Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO).
For Harding, Barry Arnett said his client was supported by a number of people including her brother who had come to the hearing from Sweden and the pastor from her local church.
He said the case was ‘very unusual’.
He said: “They are improper offences. Although we have heard the people behind this were vigilante groups, it matters not. They are serious and of course children have to be protected.
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