Friday, 1 April 2016

Allott pleads guilty

The Daily Mail has reported yesterday's hearing at Blackfriars Crown Court. So has the Evening Standard and getwestlondon.  Key points are:
  • The police acted on intelligence that somebody had been using videoconference facilities to share child abuse images.
  • Allott pleaded guilty to three counts of making indecent images of children, one count of distributing indecent images of children, one count of pessessing extreme pornography, and one of possessing a controlled class A drug MDMA (Ecstacy).
  • Police have no evidence that he abused his position of trust at work.
  • He will be sentenced on May 5.


  1. According to the International Business Times, Peter Allott's address is Marchwood Crescent in Ealing.

    Does this mean that he lives at one of the houses owned by St Benedict's and occupied by teachers at the school?

    If this is indeed the case then it would mean that yet another paedophile has been permitted to reside on the school premises.

  2. He did have a school property but was asked to vacate as soon as the arrest occurred, he's now 'currently of no fixed abode'.

  3. He is now behind bars. Where he belongs! What a disgusting man.

  4. How on earth did he rise to become Deputy Head at St Benedicts ?

    1. You might equally ask how Pearce became headmaster of the junior school and how Soper became the abbot.

      What a school.

  5. Hello Jonathan. Was in court for Allott's sentencing hearing today. He was given 2 years and 8 months custodial. He was quoted as having said that he would be surprised if some of the children had survived what was done to them in the films he possessed. Some of the material featured children as young as 2 years old.

    He was also attending "chemsex" parties with groups of 'likeminded' individuals - these were described as drug fueled orgies where they would watch child porn together. He was spending up to £600 a week on drugs. All of this has been going on for the last two and a half years. Very nasty and sordid business indeed.