Left: Ian Watkins before his arrest, in Right: Mugshot via South Wales Police. When Ian Watkins was sentenced for his child sex crimes in December of , they were described by the presiding judge as having "plumbed new depths of depravity". Among other offences, the former Lostprophets singer admitted he had attempted to rape an month-old baby boy with the help of the child's mother, and conspired with a second mother to rape her infant daughter. Watkins had also slept with and urinated on a year-old fan of his band, among a string of other similar offences. The judge specifically commented on "the delight that Watkins evidently has when engaging in the most terrible offences involving tiny children".
Ian Watkins given 10 months for possessing mobile phone in prison
Ian Watkins given 10 months for possessing mobile phone in prison | UK news | The Guardian
Ian Watkins found fame as lead singer of Welsh alternative rock band Lostprophets - but he became infamous when he was arrested on a string of child sex charges. On 26 November he pleaded guilty to the attempted rape of a baby and 10 other sex offences. Ian Watkins. Ian Watkins Paedo Ian Watkins begged for porn pics from mum in twisted letters sent from prison The former Lostprophets front man sent a string of demanding letters from his cell at HMP Wakefield. Ian Watkins Disgraced Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins guilty of having mobile phone in jail The former front man, who is serving time at HMP Wakefield, had said he was forced to keep the mobile by feared prisoners.
IAN Watkins is the former frontman of popular Welsh rock band the Lostprophets and is currently serving a prison sentence for a string of sickening child sex offences. He admitted 13 charges in November - shocking countless fans who had treated him as an idol - and it recently emerged his depravity could've been stopped sooner. We reveal all He became famous after founding the band and was the lead vocalist and lyricist of the Lostprophets. He had been part of a few bands before finding success with Lostprophets, but none of them took off.