Escort caught with child abuse images in court for not registering her OnlyFans account with police

Escort, 32, who was caught with child abuse images five years ago appears in court again for failing to register her OnlyFans account with local police and using the online alias ‘Jennifer XXX’

  • Escort Jodiee Hart was in court for breaching Sexual Harm Prevention Order
  • The OnlyFans model, 32, was caught with child abuse images five years ago 
  • She was back in court for failing to register her OnlyFans account with police
  • Hart, who goes by Jennifer XXX, told MailOnline her prosecution was ‘unfair’
  • Admitted sending to and receiving sexual images from a child was a ‘mistake’  

An escort and OnlyFans model who was caught with child abuse images five years ago has appeared in court for breaching the original terms of her sentence.

Jodiee Hart, 32, from Stoke, Staffordshire, was given an indefinite Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO) in November 2017 for having indecent images of children on her phone.

This week she pleaded guilty at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court for not registering social media accounts, downloading Snapchat, and using alias JenniferXXX for online accounts including OnlyFans.

However, the escort and OnlyFans model told MailOnline her trial was ‘unethical’ and it was ‘unfair’ that she was prosecuted when she was just ‘trying to get on with my life’.

She has an OnlyFans account that promises photos and videos every week for less than £10 per month and an escorting profile where she charges £150 per hour. 

Escort and OnlyFans model Jodiee Hart, 32, (pictured) was caught with child abuse images five years ago

Escort and OnlyFans model Jodiee Hart, 32, (pictured) was caught with child abuse images five years ago

The escort and webcam model who moved from Stoke, Staffordshire, was given an indefinite Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO) in November 2017 for having indecent images of children on her phone

The escort and webcam model who moved from Stoke, Staffordshire, was given an indefinite Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO) in November 2017 for having indecent images of children on her phone

When Staffordshire Police confronted the escort, who is also a webcam model, on December 7, 2021, she had image and messaging app Snapchat on her phone. 

Prosecutor Richard McConaghy said: ‘There had been a discussion that that was a breach of the SHPO and the Snapchat was deleted. But Snapchat was put back on the phone by January.’

Police found she had reinstalled the app in January this year and also saw the name JenniferXXX, which had not been registered.  

Hart admitted in her police interview that she re-downloaded Snapchat because she wanted to talk to someone.

She said she was lonely and the previous police force in Runcorn, Cheshire, where she used to live, allowed her to use Snapchat.

Hart pleaded guilty to failing to comply with the notification requirements of the sex offenders’ register and breaching an SHPO. 

This week she pleaded guilty at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court for not registering social media accounts, downloading Snapchat, and using alias JenniferXXX for online accounts including OnlyFans

This week she pleaded guilty at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court for not registering social media accounts, downloading Snapchat, and using alias JenniferXXX for online accounts including OnlyFans

She did not think to re-register the OnlyFans account as it remained the same as when she was in Runcorn. 

The sex offender also used Snapchat in Runcorn as it was acceptable to the police there and she did not hide the reinstallation of the app.

Yet since pleading guilty Hart has railed against the judicial system and the police.

She said sending and receiving sexual images from a child was a ‘mistake’ but she was ‘so sick of being referred to as a ‘pervert’ or ‘sex offender”.

Hart told MailOnline: ‘In 2015, I was chatting to someone via Skype and Snapchat and had received and sent images of a sexual nature. I was prosecuted.

‘[It’s] a mistake that has lived with me since and I carry guilt and shame.

‘2015 was a bit of a rough time, having had a broken-down relationship, drug misuse, alcohol misuse and homelessness. I feel it may have played a part to why I did what I did.

‘I come from a background of abuse as a child, neglection and homelessness as a teen.

‘I started an OnlyFans in 2018 because I wanted to be creative whilst having fun. I registered this with Runcorn [police]. I also had a Snapchat account.

‘In 2020, I had completed two years of probation, had counselling and applied for university. By 2021 I moved from Runcorn and started studying video game design.

‘The police want you to re-offend. They decided to breach me on the condition I did not register the [OnlyFans] name with police and it did not match the one they had on system. It’s quite easy to make a mistake with a username.’

The prosecution said Hart redownloaded Snapchat because she was lonely, which she said was partly true.

Ms Hart told MailOnline: 'I am so sick of being referred to as a "pervert" or "sex offender"

She added: 'People can make mistakes in life, they can also learn and move on. It's unfair'

Ms Hart told MailOnline: ‘I am so sick of being referred to as a ‘pervert’ or ‘sex offender’. She added: ‘People can make mistakes in life, they can also learn and move on. It’s unfair’

However, she gave MailOnline other conflicting reasons as well.

She said: ‘The reason I downloaded Snapchat again was because I was managing a university society’.

Yet later she said it was ‘mainly to manage a potential university society I wanted to begin’.

Ms Hart also told MailOnline she felt ‘silenced in court’ and her trial was ‘unethical’ and ‘did not resemble a fair trial’.

She said: ‘It’s not every day someone is taken to court for having an OnlyFans account. This was the last thing I needed.

‘I am so sick of being referred to as a ‘pervert’ or ‘sex offender’. People can make mistakes in life, they can also learn and move on. It’s unfair.’

She added: ‘I am just trying to get on with my life.’ 

Hart said her friends have been sent death threats and she will quit university.

She said: ‘I’ve lost everything. How are offenders of any background supposed to fix their lives if we don’t give them a chance?’

Jason Holt, mitigating, said: ‘For a number of years she has been using Snapchat in Runcorn. She was under no illusion Staffordshire Police said she should not use it but she reinstalled it. 

‘That was more out of annoyance rather than to do something underhand. It was not for an unlawful purpose that she reinstalled it. It was because she was annoyed.’

Judge Sally Hancox gave Hart a two-year community order and the escort must complete a rehabilitation activity requirement for 30 days.

The judge also made a deprivation order for Hart’s mobile phone. 

Judge Hancox said: ‘You failed to comply with notification requirements. A different name was used which was not registered.

‘The use of Snapchat is a breach of your SHPO because it is an automatic deleting app. The app was reinstated.’

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