A pervert from Derby who made several videos targeting Amir Khan and Faryal Makhdoom after their split has been jailed for sending disgusting child abuse pictures to his friends on WhatsApp.
Nadeem Abis, who went by the names ‘Normanton G’ and ‘Slimmy’ on social media, was jailed for 18 months for sending the images which showed an underage girl performing a sex act on a boy to 12 people.
The 36-year-old had previously made several shocking videos aimed at Amir Khan and Faryal Makhdoom after their split.
In one of the videos, captioned ‘slimmy continues the Assault on Amir Khan’, he launches a tirade of abuse at Khan claiming Faryal left him because he cannot ‘satisfy’ her.
The video was viewed by over 30 thousand people.
When police arrested Abis they found 21 child abuse images and film, 15 of which were the most serious category A.
He had previously been given a sex offender notification in July 2015 after being convicted of indecent exposure.
Prosecutor Sarah Slater said police arrived at Abis’ home on July 8 ‘unannounced’ and seized his phone and on examination found 21 child abuse images and film, 15 of which were the most serious category A.
They also found that he had sent one of the images which involved an underage girl to 12 of his contacts.
Miss Slater said: “There were images of boys and girls aged from five to teens and the image distributed was of a girl aged 12 to 14 performing a sex act on a boy aged six to eight.
“Internet sites that the police found the defendant had visited included ones with titles such as ‘family porn’ and ‘tiny teens’ but officers cannot tell if he actively searched for them.”
Miss Slater also told the Derby Crown Court that Abis was given a sex offender notification for indecent exposure in 2015 and under the terms of the notification would need to notify police if he was living in the same property as anyone ages under 18.
Abis broke those terms by failing to notify police he was living in the same property as two girls aged 15 and 16.
Abis pleaded guilty to making indecent images of children, distribution of an indecent images and possessing extreme pornographic images.
He also admitted failing to comply with the terms of the sex offender’s register.
Jailing him, Judge Jonathan Bennett said: “You have been described by the probation service as someone who poses a high risk of sexual harm to children.
“These images and movies are of real children who have been abused and that is why Parliament takes it as seriously as they do.
“It is not just a fantasy, these images are created to satisfy people such as you.”
Anyone concerned about a child can contact the NSPCC Helpline, 24/7 and in confidence, on 0808 800 5000, while Childline is there for young people on 0800 1111.