A video has been found featuring paedophile singer Ian Watkins bragging about having sex to children’s music and the BAMBI soundtrack.
The film shows Watkins – due to be sentenced for child sex crimes tomorrow – joking how he likes to make love to the sound of kids singing.
Watkins, 36, appeared in the interview in 2006 for now-defunct social network yfly – an alternative to myspace and Facebook.
The video, shot several years ago, shows him and Lost Prophets bandmates walking around a music shop in Los Angeles.
Asked what music turns him on, he picks out ‘Even Kids Get The Blues’ – an album featuring children singing with a blues backing band.
In the four-minute clip, Watkins said: “We have been asked to tell you what albums we like to get busy to.
“The first one I like to get busy to is ‘Even Kids Get The Blues’ which is good. But the best one is this. The Bambi Soundtrack. That’s really good.”
Another website has also been found showing the disgraced rocker in a series of explicit images – having sex with men, women and performing sex acts on himself.
The series of 16 images is posted under the username “Nasty Nasty” and Watkins can be easily identified by his distinctive tattoos.
On the site he joined several groups called ‘Daddies and Daughters’, ‘Dirty parents’, ‘incest and taboo’, ‘after school’ and ‘Love it when they cry’.
Under the sexuality portion of the profile, Watkins wrote “Nothing is taboo”.
The person who discovered Watkins’ profile on the sex site, did not want to be named.
He said: “I didn’t think it was real at first, but then I noticed his gun tattoos, and realised it was him.
“The stuff he’s pictured doing makes my stomach churn. Nothing seems out of bounds for him. He’s sick. I hope he gets locked up for a long time.”
Watkins will be sentenced tomorrow after pleading guilty to thirteen charges including attempted rape and sexual assault of a child under 13.