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Man guilty of sex abuse

PUBLISHED: 13:28 18 April 2008 | UPDATED: 20:10 05 July 2010

A LOWESTOFT man has been found guilty of sexually abusing a schoolgirl.

Maxwell Goldwyn, 51, of Dukes Street, Lowestoft, was convicted yesterday of three offences of indecently assaulting a child and three offences of indecency with a child.

A LOWESTOFT man has been found guilty of sexually abusing a schoolgirl.

Maxwell Goldwyn, 51, of Dukes Street, Lowestoft, was convicted yesterday of three offences of indecently assaulting a child and three offences of indecency with a child.

During his trial, the court heard Goldwyn had put a duster over the victim's head to cover her eyes while he sexually abused her.

He initially showed the seven-year-old girl pictures of naked people on his computer and indecently exposed himself to her, Ipswich Crown Court was told.

Goldwyn then put a duster over her head to cover her eyes while getting her to perform oral sex on him, said Matthew McNiff prosecuting.

Afterwards Goldwyn gave the girl some sweets.

Mr McNiff said on one occasion Goldwyn asked the girl to sit on his lap while the lower part of his body was exposed.

Goldwyn denied all the offences against him.

The court heard that the offences came to light after the girl made allegations about Goldwyn to family and friends and the police were contacted.

After his arrest Goldwyn denied the allegations and also denied showing the girl porn on his computer.

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