Teen schoolgirl groomed by sicko German paedophile ‘wants to live with beast once he is out of jail’

A TEENAGE girl groomed by a sick German paedophile wants to “live with him when he is freed from prison”, according to her father.

Pervert Uwe Kaiser, 49, flew to Scotland to meet the 15-year-old in person after they had “highly sexualised” contact online.

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Uwe Kaiser is led from court after he admitted grooming the girl in 2015 and having indecent images of a child[/caption]

The court heard Kaiser lied about his age, saying he was 35, to groom the teenager before gradually swapping sexual messages and photos on WhatsApp, and chatting for hours on Skype.

The pair met in early 2015 when she admitted she was underage.

The dad-of-two was jailed for two years in January after he admitted grooming the girl in 2015, having indecent images of a child and breaching a bail order not to approach the girl.

Her family’s nightmare continues as her dad said the teenage girl still wants a relationship with Kaiser.

The girl’s dad, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said: “This is not love, you don’t love someone like that.

“You don’t manipulate a child and brainwash them and tell them you love them.

“This is pure crime. She’s not mature enough to understand what love is.

“Where is she going to be in 20 years’ time – changing his nappies?

“To me, this is a pervert.

“We are not living in the Dark Ages.

“It’s not acceptable – a child going out with a granddad, a 49-year-old man.”

Cops found scores of indecent images on their phones, and Kaiser then breached strict bail conditions banning him from contacting the girl.

Her father has been left furious with the sentence, described the actions of “scumbag” Kaiser as “criminal and despicable”.

He said: “Two years for destroying a child’s life and destroying a family environment?

“It’s encouraging paedophiles to carry on their crimes in society.

“He will serve 16 months and then he’ll be out. I feel betrayed by the system.”

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