Justin Bieber’s impostor accused of more than 900 child sex crimes

Justin Bieber’s fans and parents had earlier been warned of an impersonator of the pop star, who was charged for more than 900 child sex offences

A 42-year-old law lecturer at the Queensland University of Technology Gordon, Douglas Chalmers, was found to be a culprit in pretending to be Bieber, in turn soliciting obscene images from young children.

After tip-offs from U.S. and German authorities, Charles was charged in November for impersonating the famous pop star through Skype and Facebook. He was initially accused with using a carriage service to procure and groom children for sex and to access child pornography. He was also charged with possessing child porn.

After a thorough searching of his social media accounts, it was found that Chalmers was actually a culprit of more than 931 child sex offenses, some of which even went back a decade.

According to a police statement:

“The fact that so many children could believe that they were communicating with this particular celebrity highlights the need for a serious rethink about the way that we as a society educate our children about online safety,” Police Detective Inspector Jon Rouse said in a statement. “The breadth of offenses committed in this instance is frankly horrendous.”

Chalmers hasn’t entered any plea yet.

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