‘Sick creep’ offers mum money to rape young daughter, 13, and rates her a ’10’

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A "sick creep" bombarded a mum with sick messages offering her money to rape her 13-year-old daughter.

Ryan Taylor made horrific comments about the schoolgirl and said he "wanted her".

The 40-year-old told the mum her child was a "10" and told her "so no reason for me not to want to have sex with her", Liverpool Echo reports.

He admitted a charge of sending malicious communications at Liverpool Magistrates' Court.

Jonathan Wilkinson, prosecuting, explained how among the messages he sent Taylor, he wrote "If you let me have her" accompanied by a picture of a large amount of cash.

The disgusted mother threatened to report him and said: "Now you want to pay for her what sort of creep are you, you're sick."

Taylor also said: "I want her. What's your problem?"

Mr Wilkinson explained that the woman told the man "My daughter's only 13, she's not up for grabs."

She also said: "You're sick. You're close to getting reported to the police. You're asking to pay for my daughter to have sex with you what sort of creep are you."

However, when she turned the tables and said "How would you ask if someone was asking to pay for your daughter?", Taylor became angry.

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He replied: "Don't talk about my baby."

The mother of the child told police: "These messages have left me feeling distressed and scared.

"I'm really concerned he has a child himself."

Mr Wilkinson explained that it was the fourth hearing before court as the case had previously been listed for trial, but Taylor then pleaded guilty.

The court heard Taylor, of Marsh Lane, Bootle, had previously received a 12-week suspended sentence for an offence of battery which he breached two months later after committing criminal damage.

However, Taylor was not in breach of the suspended sentence when this offence took place.

A probation officer explained that Taylor has failed to comply with a community order which is in place on two occasions.

Matthew O'Neill, defending, asked for a pre sentence report to be prepared ahead of sentencing.

Magistrate George Carter ordered that the case be stood down to allow a report to be completed.

Taylor was released on unconditional bail until December 3 when he will next appear in court to be sentenced.

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