BRITAIN’S worst female paedophile Vanessa George will be released from prison this month, officials have confirmed.
The ex-nursery worker, 49, was jailed for a minimum of seven years in 2009 for sexually abusing babies and toddlers.
A judge said it was “in effect, a life sentence”.
MP Luke Pollard, who helped them, said he had been told she would be out this month.
He said she should stay in jail until her victims were 18 and should not be let out until she agrees to name them.
He also called for parents of young children who have been sexually abused to be treated as victims in the criminal justice system.
In correspondence with Mr Pollard, Minister for the State of Justice Lucy Frazer QC MP revealed: “My officials have liaised closely with officers from Devon and Cornwall Police and can confirm that there are no unresolved crimes or allegations in respect of Vanessa George.
“They also confirmed that no evidence was uncovered or has since been uncovered that suggested she committed offences outside of her 2009 index offences.”
George, who worked in Plymouth, pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual assault by penetration and two counts of sexual assault by touching.
She also admitted making, possessing and distributing indecent images.
She will face “extensive and robust” licence conditions on her release, including residing at a location as directed by her supervising officer and bans on owning or using any electronic device which has access to the internet.
Mr Pollard added: “The families understand that Vanessa George is under very very strict conditions, but for them it is the fear of what happens if she breaks them.
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“Everything about this case feels wrong. The parents were let down, the children were let down.
“They were let down by a lax system at the nursery, they were let down by the justice system regarding her parole and her release.
“There’s something here about the system being broken.”
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