A married man asked a woman to buy her watch to star in an adult film, a court heard.
Aaron Maguire went to the woman’s home in Southampton after seeing her advertise a watch for sale on Facebook Marketplace.
The 52-year-old man used his Facebook account to pretend to be the owner and agreed to buy the watch.
However, the victim was shocked when he walked up to the victim’s door.
Prosecutor Ed Warren told Maguire how she once commented on her nails and physical features.
He asked to kiss her, and she said no, the court heard.
Maguire then says he wants to see her body and says he’ll buy the watch if he has sex with her.
He then offered her £130 an hour, adding that she could “fix the rest” if she took part in an adult film with him.
Mr Warren said that during the visit, Maguire touched the victim’s arm and said he would return for the appointment the next day.
But after he left, the woman called the police and Maguire was arrested.
He told police he did it for sexual gratification but was there to comfort her. [the woman]He said.
Mr Warren added that after meeting on December 2, 2020, he sent her £10 because he felt he had “wasted her time”.
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Appearing at Southampton Crown Court on Monday, Maguire, of Kingfield, Bursledon, was charged with sexual assault.
But mitigating, Chris Geiger said he “accepts full responsibility for his actions and regrets the harm he has caused.”
He added that there is “realistic hope of recovery”.
Judge Christopher Parker QC said the incident was a “terrifying experience for a young woman who had no support in place”.
“You intentionally saw the complainant on your wife’s account. That was a saving grace in itself,” he said.
He added that the crime was so serious that immediate imprisonment was the only option.
Maguire was jailed for 12 months with an indefinite restraining order.
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