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It has now been revealed that the presiding judge who handed her the lengthy jail term has previously given more lenient sentences to paedophiles - and once handed a teacher who abused 24 boys aged between eight and 13 to just six and a half years in prison.Fantasist: Newland, left and right, took on an alter-ego 'Kye Fortune' and disguised her gender from her victim by flattening her breasts with tape, wearing a swimsuit to smooth her curves and deepening her voic The Mirror reports that in 2010 he jailed Michael Farrell for four years and eight months after he admitted having sex with four 13-year-old girls - one became pregnant, suffered a miscarriage and then attempted suicide.The judge told Newland: 'To successfully pass off a deception of this complexity was a major undertaking involving dedicated mobile phone lines as well as regular texts from you purporting to be Kye's relatives.'You pursued this course of conduct over a lengthy period during which you played with her affections, acting entirely for your own sexual satisfaction and choosing to ignore the devastating impact that the eventual discovery of the truth would have on her.'Newland created a bogus Facebook profile in the name of Kye Fortune and was then said to have taken on the persona of Kye as she mimicked a man to speak many times on the phone with the victim after their first contact in 2011.When they finally decided to meet up in February 2013, the complainant told the jury that Kye had asked her to wear a blindfold because he was insecure about his looks following supposed life-saving brain surgery.Sentenced: Gayle Newland, 25, pictured outside court today, disguised her appearance and voice to appear like a man and then got them into bed before having sex using a prosthetic penis and has been jailed for eight years The prosecution said it was an 'unusual case' set against an 'extraordinary background' in which the defendant targeted the 'naive and vulnerable' complainant - who said she was not gay - in an elaborate deception.But Newland's legal team argued the complainant's account was simply 'impossible to believe' and that a woman of her sexual experience could not have been tricked into thinking she had had sex with a man.
As 'he' was a mutual friend linked to Newland's own Facebook profile, she told police she quickly came to trust the attractive but shy young man.
Newland created relatives of Kye – including a brother called Reggie who was supposedly going out with her.
However, far from fleshing out Kye's life with fictional information, much of it matched Newland's – they were born on the same day and both had a dog called Gypsy.
The defence said this demonstrated the implausibility that someone could actually be taken in.
The victim said when she eventually met Kye, she would have to don her mask before 'he' came into the room.
She said Newland spoke in a deeper voice, wore a woolly hat over her long her and bandaged her chest to hide her breasts.