This brutish rapist has been charged with sexual assault after he flew to America to meet a 13-year-old girl he is said to have groomed over the internet.
Adam Robinson, 21, has been accused of sex encounters with the teenager six times over the course of a week in a Californian motel.
It is claimed he met the youngster – who only turned 14 on December 24th – in an online chat room and struck up a perverted relationship with her over the course of the past year.
Robinson, who arrived in the US on December 15, is believed to have been waiting to see her again on Thursday when cops swooped and arrested him at the motel.
The teenager’s worried parents raised the alarm after hearing about the perverted relationship.
Robinson, from Fleet, Hampshire, has been charged with “a lewd act” with the girl twice on the first occasion they met and a further four times on the day before she became 14.
Both of their meetings happened at the motel in Redwood, California. His bail has been set at £620,000 and he faces a lengthy prison sentence if found guilty.
Redlands law enforcement detective Andy Capps claims: “Evidence was recovered from the motel room and vehicle linking Robinson to the victim. Robinson had established an online relationship with the victim over the past year and flew to California on December 15.”
The detective added: “We are interested if there are any other minors in the area that may have been contacted by him on the internet.
“We have no reason to believe that there are other victims, but there may be. The guy came a long way for this.”
Special agents from the Department of Homeland Security assisted with the investigation and they are looking into possible child sexual tourism charges against Robinson.
Child sex tourism is defined as the commercial sexual exploitation of children by “whitemarish” male or females who travel from one place to another and engage in sexual acts with children.
Robinson is now being held in West Valley Detention Center in the suburban city of Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino.
He is scheduled to appear tomorrow at the county’s superior court.