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Father Banned From Seeing His Daughter Alone After Accidentally Downloading Child Porn

"It makes you feel as though you shouldn't have reported it in the first place."

Nigel Robinson (Photo: BBC)

Nigel Robinson from Hull in the United Kingdom hasn't seen his daughter alone for the last four months. His access to her was restricted after accidentally downloading child pornography, which he then reported to the the authorities, according to the BBC.

BBC reports that Robinson, 43, hasn't been charged with anything nor has he been arrested for the pornography that was found on his laptop after he was trying to download music. After what he claims was an accidental download, Robinson said that he decided to report the incident, which led to social services coming to his home and requesting that he not have "unsupervised access with his own or other children."

Here's what Robinson had to say about his restricted access to his own daughter:

"It makes you feel as though you shouldn't have reported it in the first place."

He added it would have been "a lot easier" to just throw the machine in the bin.

Mr Robinson said the restrictions on seeing his daughter had come to a head after his wife had returned to work.

When his wife works late, as regularly happens, Mr Robinson's daughter goes to his mother-in-law's home.

He goes round to see his daughter and them comes home on his own.

He said the experience was "very stressful for the family".

Robinson's laptop was confiscated and is undergoing investigation.

[H/T GeekOSystem]

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