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AN An­gle­sey man jailed for hav­ing sex with an un­der-age teenage girl is back be­hind bars.

Rob­bie Hughes had bro­ken the rules of a court or­der that said he wasn’t al­lowed to go into any­one’s home while kids were there.

Caernar­fon crown court heard he’d stayed the night at the house of a woman who had chil­dren in the house.

Judge Ti­mothy Petts told him: “You need to learn that breach­ing or­ders of the court can’t be tol­er­ated. You have noone to blame but your­self.”

The woman, who’d known Hughes since they were teenagers, had met him by chance last July. He’d later mes­saged the woman and stayed at her home, but had no con­tact with the chil­dren.

A friend of the woman sent her a text, telling her Hughes, 24, was a reg­is­tered sex of­fender. “Had she known of the pro­hi­bi­tion she wouldn’t have al­lowed him to en­ter her home when chil­dren were there,” pros­e­cu­tor Karl Scholz said.

De­fence solic­i­tor Simon Killeen said it was a sin­gle breach of the or­der. He’d sought to as­so­ciate with a woman who he knew and there was no sug­ges­tion of any con­tact with the kids.

Hughes (in­set), of Sta­tion Road in Val­ley, was jailed for two months.

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