Paedos parents wont let him come home after he was caught with 400 vile images

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A paedophile faces living on the streets after his disgusted parents have kicked him out.

Aaron Haggett, 21, has been kept in custody after being found with more than 400 sickening child sex abuse images including 83 child rape files.

With nowhere to when released from jail, the Probation Service is scrambling to find the sicko accommodation after being booted from his family home.

Haggett's parents say they still love their son but have too many visitors – including children – to let him move back into his room.

The 21-year-old admitted three counts of downloading and one count of possessing indecent images of children on September 1 this year, the ECHO reports.

Haggett, formerly of St Helens, Merseyside, was then released on bail, so a pre-sentence report could be produced by the Probation Service.

But he was arrested when found living homeless in North Wales last month, so his case was adjourned again.

Liverpool Crown Court heard the Probation Service now proposed a community-based sentence for Haggett.

However, a judge was told that if Haggett was spared jail he would be homeless because his mum and dad said he couldn't return to live with them.

Tom Watson, defending, said Haggett – appearing via video link from prison where he is being held on remand – "quite frankly has nowhere to live and were he to be released today, he would be homeless".

Mr Watson said: "I've double-checked with him. I'd hoped perhaps there had been some thawing of relations between him and his family, but there hasn't, and he has nowhere to go."

After speaking to Haggett's parents, Mr Watson said: "Firstly, they would like him to know and hear me say that they love him very deeply and they want to be in contact with him and they have tried to have contact with him.

"Because he's 21, that's proved very difficult because the institutions will not provide information, so this is the first opportunity they've had to get a message to him."

He added: "They tell me he knows because of the charges that he faces and because of the people and children who frequent where they live, it's wholly impossible for him to return home to them. That's not any doing by them at all, it's just the situation and they tell me the defendant is, in reality, aware of that.

"They are deeply concerned about him being on the street, with no roof over his head."

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