A man has been jailed after kissing a teenage girl who suddenly turned up at his home in the “middle of the night”.
Aurimas Turcinavicius took advantage of the 14-year-old girl and started “messing around” with her after she went to his home for shelter after a “blazing row” at her home.
He ignored a police warning to stay away from her and pictures of the two of them, including one where they were in bed together, were later found on her phone, Hull Crown Court heard.
Turcinavicius, 36, of Hull, admitted two offences of sexual activity with a child between August 17 and 27 and between October 26 and 29. The case was originally listed for trial but he changed his pleas two weeks before it was due to start.
David Godfrey, prosecuting, said that Turcinavicius groomed the teenage girl by buying her things and, on two occasions, kissed her in a sexual way. He was interviewed by Humberside Police in August because of concerns about their relationship and was warned about his behaviour, but he went on to commit the second offence.
It happened when she turned up at his home. The girl took pictures of them that seemed to be sexualised and showed them kissing in different locations. “There is one of them in bed together,” said Mr Godfrey.
The girl’s sister had made a statement saying that the girl had become a lot more introverted since the incidents. The girl herself had not assisted the police and did not want to do so.
Turcinavicius was jailed for 16 months. He was given a 10-year sexual harm prevention order and must register as a sex offender for 10 years.