Former PGL employee Cameron Osman exploited more than 70 children, luring them in using his online identity ‘Lizzielemon’. A boy from Oxford was among the Southampton man’s list of victims.

Osman was due before St Albans Crown Court on Friday (September 1) to be sentenced for 36 separate charges, ranging from causing a child to engage in sexual activity to making indecent images of children.

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However, the matter was adjourned until November 1 when it came before a Hertfordshire judge on Friday afternoon.

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In May, when Osman pleaded guilty, National Crime Agency operations manager Danielle Pownall accused the child sex offender of ‘callously preying on vulnerable teenage boys’.

“I have no doubt if we had not stopped Osman he would have gone on to commit more severe [offences],” she said.

“We will continue to work with our partners across the world to combat the perpetrators of online child sexual abuse, and hold people like Osman accountable for their crimes.”

Osman is expected before the courts at the start of November.

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