A Dursley man who admitted his second offense of possession of indecent images of children and extreme pornography is to undergo psychological testing by order of a judge at Gloucester Crown Court.
As soon as Kaylen Milliner of Brownings Lane, Dursley entered the dock on Friday (January 28), Judge Ian Lawrie QC said: ‘We’ll see each other again!’ — a reference to a suspended prison sentence he handed down to Milliner in 2018 after he admitted to having 1,500 images of child pornography and numerous images of animalistic sex acts.
Milliner pleaded guilty Friday to possession of indecent images of children; possession of prohibited images of children; and extreme pornographic images between October 1, 2018 and October 10, 2020 and he also admitted to breaching a sexual abuse prevention order between September 6, 2019 and September 10, 2020.
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The judge postponed his sentence for six months and ordered him to undergo a psychological evaluation in the meantime.
Alex Daymond, prosecuting, said: ‘On September 9, 2020, officers attended Milliner’s home address as part of his sexual abuse prevention order and examined a computer and cell phone in his possession .
“Officers discovered a number of indecent, prohibited and extreme pornographic images stored on his devices.
“The personal computer contained most of the offending images and in total they amounted to 83 category A images, 65 category B images and 44 category C images.
“There were also 30 banned images and one extreme pornography image and video.”
The court was told that Milliner had also paid for additional online storage without telling police, as required by the terms of his court order.
Judge Lawrie added: “Milliner has a fixation with pornography in particular, watching two-year-olds having sex.
“I already gave him a chance and he knew what he had to do. He chose to ignore this. I do everything I can to try to help vulnerable people.
“Modiste had himself been sexually abused. Likewise, he is able to know the terrible physical, emotional and psychological damage that child sexual abuse has, because he has been there.
The court also heard that Milliner had been diagnosed with a schizophrenic-like personality disorder.
Matthew Harbinson, defending, said: ‘Milliner has complied with all probation requirements and complied with this court’s review process, following his previous offence.
“There have never been any problems with this process – however these sessions never address his individual issues.
“Milliner just started going to therapy to address his mental health needs, the pathway to all of his issues.
“He himself was sexually abused as a child and is doing everything he can to come to terms with that trauma.”
Judge Lawrie told Milliner: “You and I have met before.
“You are a burden to those around you.
“What worries me is that you have a fixation on watching images of children having sex.
“I don’t accept your explanation that you don’t find it sexually appealing when you look at these appalling images.
“I want to make sure that you stop doing this in the future and that is why you are going to undertake a number of psychological tests.
“I’m giving you a monumental chance to prove yourself.
“If you fail, you will be taken into custody. Think carefully about your position.
“You are about to go through a process that is not easy, revisiting your own trauma, which I think will be deeply uncomfortable.
“You have to face what’s inside you to make you want to see these images.”
Milliner’s sentence was moved to July 28, 2022. He was placed on a lifetime sexual abuse prevention order and ordered to sign the sex offender register for the rest of his life.
The judge also ordered the confiscation and destruction of electronic devices used by Milliner.