Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Tye Richard met his victim, who is now 18, at Kingston’s Devonshire Park when she was 13
A man in Kingston who tried to meet a teenager he met online for sex has been accused of molesting the girl over the course of several years.
Tye Richard, 28, met the now 18-year-old girl at Kingston’s Devonshire Park when she was 13, police said.
He was arrested on Monday for making a child sexually available to sex for a five-year period.
He is now charged with sexual assault and sexual interference.
Image copyright Facebook Image caption Mr Richard, 28, was detained in 2009 after a police sting
Richard posted bail and was later bailed after one day in custody.
A Kingston police spokesperson said he violated the terms of his bail and was subsequently remanded into custody.
In 2009, Richard was detained in a police sting following a video he had posted of himself performing a sex act on an unconscious woman who was wearing a nightdress.
Police took him into custody after images of the act were allegedly found on his smartphone.
Image copyright Kingston Police Image caption Richard now faces eight charges including sexual assault and sexual interference
The man will face 11 charges in total, which include aggravated sexual assault, two counts of sexual interference, four counts of making sexually explicit material available to a child, three counts of child luring and making child pornography.
He was also charged with breaching a suspended sentence imposed on him in 2013, The Kingstonian reported.
Richard is due to appear at Kingston Crown Court on Friday.