Paedo lottery winner bought girls 10 Smirnoff and sexually abused them in park

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    A man who won the lottery has been jailed for sexually abusing girls and making child pornography.

    Sick Mathew James Campbell, from Adelaide, Australia, was a manual labourer before winning big on the lottery.

    It was not disclosed how much he won in court, but he quit his job immediately after his numbers came in.

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    He then went on to sexually abuse two 16 and 17-year-old girls in a park after buying them a 10-pack of Smirnoff cans.

    The sex offender stayed with them while they drank in the park and then began kissing both of them on the lips without their consent.

    The 16-year-old then left the park before Campbell then forced the other girl to perform a sex act on him.

    When Campbell was subsequently arrested on January 23, 2022, vile images of child pornography were found on his computer.

    Appearing at South Australia District Court today (Friday, January 20), pleading guilty to rape, two counts of indecent assault, grossly indecent behaviour, and possessing and producing child exploitation material.

    He was jailed for 10 years with a non-parole period of six years.

    Judge Karen Thomas said the community had 'revulsion' for Campbell's crimes, describing his behaviour as "predatory and brazen".

    Winning the lottery is not always a good omen.

    In 2002, part time bin man Michael Carroll won £9,736,131 on the National Lottery aged 19.

    He revealed how it turned him into a full blown alcoholic, and led to him appearing in court over 30 times.

    He spent the bulk of his money on cars, trips to the Costa del Sol and extravagant parties.

    After a ten year period of debauchery, he was once again penniless, and even applied to get his old job as a bin man back.

    In 2019 Michael moved to Scotland and was working seven days a week as a coal miner.

    He told the Mirror: "I don't look back with any regrets that's for sure. It was ten years of fun for a pound, you can't go wrong with that."


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