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A judge slammed a rugby player for 'abusing' a vulnerable teenager for his 'own sexual gratification' - as he cleared him of sexually assaulting her.
Appearing at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court, Innes Frazer denied sexually assaulting an 18-year-old disabled teenager at Ardrossan Academical Rugby Club at a Christmas party on December 17 last year.
A CHURCH elder who sexually abused vulnerable children was invited to speak at his first victim’s wedding, a court heard.
A court was told Harry Holt, 71, now of Rutland Street, Nelson, went on to attack seven more girls as young as nine after the Jehovah’s Witnesses failed to report him to police.
As a result he was removed as an elder from the congregation.” The court heard at 19 she got married and her mother insisted that Holt should officiate which caused a ‘big row’ as ‘it wasn’t until years later that she found out why’.
Another victim, now 32, described Holt abusing her in the jacuzzi at the Magnum leisure centre in Irvine, Ayrshire, when she was between 14 and 15.
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When the matter was raised, a local beat officer advised parents to ‘just keep your children away from him’, the court heard.
Holt is facing a lengthy prison sentence after being convicted of attacks against eight girls in Scotland dating back over 40 years.
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“My mother and father were treated very badly and it caused disruption in the congregation. “The local bobby was there and my mum and dad asked him what they should do and he said, ‘just keep your children away from him’.” The woman, then 14, said a judicial committee of elders was held where Holt admitted groping her but not sexual touching.