"He said he did music and worked with young boys and lads and went on to say it was hard to control himself when he saw 11-year-old students." Kemp said it was 'fantasy' under the influence of alcohol.
He must not delete that history and must make such a device available to a police officer on request.
Kemp was arrested on May 26 last year and claimed he had no recollection of sending the messages but in a second interview on August 20 said he may well have been aroused under the influence of alcohol.
The only aggravating feature was deemed to be the disparity in age.
He must also complete up to 30 days of a rehabilitation activity requirement and pay £1,200 costs.
The Queen Elizabeth Humanities College declined to comment.Not long after their unveiling, passersby stopped to lounge in and snap selfies with the new chairs, which were “originally inspired by the ‘X’-like intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue that forms Times Square,” according to Times Square Arts.