Matthew Williams Wiki – Bio
Teacher Matthew Williams pictured, of Kingswinford, West Midlands was jailed for eight months after he admitted manufacturing pornographic images of his pupils.
Matthew Williams Age
He is 50 years old.
Matthew Williams Wife
His wife spotted the images on the family laptop along with hundreds of other photographs featuring child abuse.
She reported her discovery to Shipston High School in Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire, where Williams worked as a sports coach – and police were contacted.
Matthew Williams Career
Williams worked as a sports coach at several schools in south Warwickshire, and some of the girls attended those schools, although they were not coached by him.
Charges and Arrested
Williams, of Kingswinford, West Midlands, went on to plead guilty to three charges of making indecent images of children.
Following his arrest he left their home and was now living with his mother in Dudley, where he was originally from.
He was jailed for eight months and ordered to register as a sex offender for ten years at Warwick Crown Court on Monday.
Judge Sylvia de Bertodano said: ‘You are here because of images your former wife found on your computer.
Graeme Simpson, defending, said the offences came about at a time of a deteriorating relationship between Williams and his wife.
Many of them were images of real children being abused sexually, but a small number were images that had been made by you of children you knew, or had come across through your work, which were made into sexualised images of them.
This collection of images you collected over three years was kept on your family computer, used not only by you, but by your wife and children, aged 12 and 16.
It is fortunate it was not your children who found them, but they easily could have done.
When you look at images of children in this way, you are looking at images of real children being sexually abused.
Your case has the added really unpleasant feature that you made pictures of children you knew, and used those legitimate pictures to turn them into sexualised pictures of those children as if they were being abused.’
Prosecutor Nicholas Berry said the case concerned Williams’ use of a computer over a period between July 2015 and December 2018.
His marriage had been under a strain after he had had an affair, and in December 2018 his wife began to suspect that he was still cheating on her.
So when he was out one night, she checked their laptop computer and came across a file which could not be viewed without the use of a memory stick.
There was one by the laptop, and when she looked at its contents, she found at least two folders which contained thumbnail images of female children.
There were also close-up pictures of him exposing himself in their living room – some of which had been doctored to make it appear girls were performing or about to perform a sex act on him.
Asking the judge to pass a suspended sentence, Mr Simpson said that Williams, who was now in another relationship, has been in contact with the Lucy Faithful Foundation, which works with sex offenders, and also receiving therapy from another organisation.
His significant other announced what she had found to Shipston High School, because of which the police were reached and he was captured at the family home soon thereafter.
The PC and memory stick were seized, and the police found a little more than 500 obscene pictures of kids.
They remembered seven for classification A – the most noteworthy rating including kid misuse – and 413 class B pictures which identify with a lesser degree of misuse.
Six of records were ‘pseudo-pictures’ in which honest pictures of young ladies taken from authentic sources had been doctored to cause it to show up they were partaking in sex acts.
At the point when he was talked with, Williams conceded utilizing photograph altering programming to change the photos, for which he acknowledged there was a sexual inspiration.