CSE victim handed restraining order against whistleblowing councillor

A CHILD sex abuse victim has been handed a restraining order against a whistleblower and borough councillor who helped expose exploitation in the town.

Sarah Wilson (25), who waived her right to lifelong anonymity to publish a book on her ordeal, appeared at Sheffield Magistrates’ Court last Friday (17).

Miss Wilson, whose sister Laura was murdered by her boyfriend in 2010, was charged with harassing former youth service leader Jayne Senior with voicemails, text messages and online posts relating Mrs Senior’s book, Broken and Betrayed.

Read on… http://www.rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk/news/view,cse-victim-handed-restraining-order-against-whistleblowing-councillor_21960.htm

Compare with: Sarah Wilson – Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham

8 thoughts on “CSE victim handed restraining order against whistleblowing councillor

  1. Sarah was aquited it says it in black and white her solicitor and the prosecutor said it should have never gone to court yet loud mouth js telling everyone she was found guilty another lie js oh dear


  2. To quote Ms Senior ” I am glad it’s done with….It’s time to move on”. Perhaps she could now make the suggestion to The Wilson Family as to ‘how’ they can ‘move on’ when their daughter and sister was brutally murdered and justice has been denied.
    Whenever I hear the quote ‘ It’s time to move on’ I smell a rat……………….


  3. By the way the reason Sarah came out was for the truth for her sister my daughter who people have been lying about wish people would get there facts right


  4. Slandering my name and false information I was found not guilty I’m taking this to my solicitor hope she has a good lawyer


  5. Sarah
    Labours way now of dealing with people who dare challenge them is to use the courts to Distroy them don’t give up the truth is coming out we must never let them forget what they did or more to the fact what the didn’t do


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