Es­cort put on sex of­fend­ers’ reg­is­ter

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A SCOT­TISH es­cort convicted of hav­ing sex with a 14-year-old boy in a Florida ho­tel room has been or­dered to sign the UK sex of­fend­ers’ reg­is­ter for seven years.

Sarah Mcgill, 28, was convicted in June of sex­ual ac­tiv­ity with a male child at the Court­yard Mar­riott in Or­lando, af­ter he paid her for sex.

Mcgill, orig­i­nally from Selkirk­shire, had been trav­el­ling across the coun­try when the youth found her de­tails on her on­line es­cort page.

She was spared jail in the US and was in­stead given a pro­ba­tion order.

Mcgill re­turned to the UK ear­lier this week.

On Fri­day, De­tec­tive Con­sta­ble Natalie All­good of the Met’s Jig­saw unit, which mon­i­tors sex of­fend­ers, ap­plied for Mcgill to be made sub­ject to no­ti­fi­ca­tion re­quire­ments.

She told Uxbridge Mag­is­trates Court: “Mcgill was convicted of a rel­e­vant of­fence out­side the UK.”

Mag­is­trate Lyn Green made her the sub­ject of the order.

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