Top sports journalist Tom Humphries pleads guilty to six child sex offences

Top sports journalist Tom Humphries pleads guilty to six child sex offences

​Irish Mirror 

The 53-year-old admitted engaging in sexual acts with the girl and exploiting her by inviting her to participate in sexual acts

Top author and sports journalist Tom Humphries has pleaded guilty to two counts of defilement of a child. 

The author, who was the ghost writer of Niall Quinn’s autobiography, pleaded guilty to a total of six child sex offences. 

The 53-year-old admitted engaging in sexual acts with the girl and exploiting her by inviting her to participate in sexual acts. 

Judge Patricia Ryan yesterday remanded Humphries on continuing bail until July 3 next when he will be sentenced. 

He pleaded guilty on the morning of his trial at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to two counts of defilement of a child in Dublin between December 5, 2010 and February 19, 2011 and to four counts of inviting a child to participate in a sexually explicit, obscene or indecent act between January 2010 and March 2011. 

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