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Grinning Nigerian paedophile, 36, is jailed again for creating host of fake online IDs

Sex attacker Moses Ologbenla, 36, smirks outside Teesside Magistrates' Court before being jailed for re-offending

A smirking paedophile who was supposed to be deported after sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl has offended again.

Nigerian Moses Ologbenla, 36, was jailed for six years in 2014 after he and a friend plied two schoolgirls with drink and drugs and subjected them to vile sex attacks. 

His co-accused Hafeez Cole Oye-Dada was convicted of raping a 14-year-old girl after 'cynically exploiting' her by giving her alcohol and cannabis. He was jailed for 10 years.

Oye-Dada waited until his victim was unable to move before pouncing on her at a home in the west end of Newcastle, leaving her half naked in a pool of vomit on a bare mattress. 

In another room, Ologbenla sexually assaulted the girl's 14-year-old friend after getting her drunk and high.  

Both men were arrested as part of Operation Sanctuary, a Northumbria Police investigation into sex crimes against vulnerable women and girls.

The pair were in the country illegally having overstayed their visas and were supposed to be deported after serving their prison sentences.

But Ologbenla remained in the country and breached a court order put in place to control his internet use.

The Nigerian was jailed for six years in 2014 after he and a friend plied two schoolgirls with drink and drugs and subjected them to vile sex attacks

As part of being on the Sex Offenders' Register, he was required to inform police any time he created a new online identity within three days.

But when officers checked devices at his home in Middlesbrough last December, the Nigerian was found with almost 40 online usernames which were never disclosed.  

Ologbenla was in the country illegally having overstayed his visa and was supposed to be deported after his jail sentence

A laptop, an iPhone and a Galaxy mobile phone were checked.

In total 38 user names were found with police saying they were linked to sites where fraudulent credit card details could be purchased.

There was no evidence the usernames had been used in any criminal activity.

Damian Sabino, who defended Ologbenla at his first appearance at Teesside Magistrates' Court, said the usernames were created in order to 'view films, watch football and answer surveys'. 

Appearing at Teesside Crown Court on May 3, Ologbenla was jailed for four months. 

The Home Office would not divulge why Ologbenla had not been deported when quizzed in March. 

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