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British reality TV star Andrew Bennett jailed for sexually assaulting teen

one charge of causing a child to engage in sexual activity, and two charges of sexual activity with a child.Bennett was sentenced to 29 months in jail during a hearing in Newcastle Crown Court on Thursday, according to a press release by the Crown Prosecution Service.The court heard how the shamed reality star took pictures with his teen victim, before pinning him on a couch and leaving a hickey on his neck. He then lured the teen into the bedroom for sex, BBC News reported.Bennett, who lives in Sunderland, was ordered to sign the sex offenders register.

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