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Peaches Geldof facing police investigation after Ian Watkins tweet

Peaches Geldof facing police investigation after Ian Watkins tweet

Peaches Geldof is facing police investigation after tweeting the names of the two women who let their babies be sexually abused by Lostprophets singer, Ian Watkins - publishing the identity of sex offence victims is a criminal offence.

Though the tweet has been deleted, it still was sent out to her 160,000 followers, which may get her in trouble.

On Twitter, the Attorney General's office wrote: "We understand that the names of the co-defendants in the Ian Watkins case have been posted online. Victims of sex offences have lifetime anonymity. Publication of info which could identify them is a criminal offence & a police matter."

Geldof found them from an US-based website's Twitter account.


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