Female paedophile took 'self-esteem' classes before parole board released her


Britain’s most notorious female paedophile took self-esteem classes in a bid to convince the parole board to release her from prison, it has emerged.

Vanessa George, 49, who worked at the Little Teds nursery in Plymouth, was given an indeterminate sentence in 2009 after being convicted of a series of sickening attacks against youngsters. 

But after receiving treatment in prison to boost her ‘self-esteem’ she is being let free and will live in a bail hostel using her maiden name, Vanessa Marks, a Ministry of Justice source told the MailOnline.

The lessons she received included helping George to tackle ‘being self-centred, being desperately keen to be liked and avoid confrontation, low self-esteem, insecurity and dependency’.

Her ex-husband Andrew, 51, who divorced her when he heard of her abuse, said she may she have ‘manipulated’ board members. 

It comes as the father of one of her potential victims claimed he would kill her if he saw her out in the street.


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