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Daughter’s fury as transgender paedophile father is quietly released from prison | #childpredator | #onlinepredator | #sextrafficing


A paedophile who changed gender while in prison for sexually abusing her own daughter as a child and sending explicit photos of her to perverts online has been quietly released back into the community – and given a laptop by a do-gooding charity.

Claire Fox, 61, who was previously known as Clive Bundy, a father of six, served just seven years of a 15-year jail sentence, before being settled into a tiny market town on the Welsh borders.

Fox, who wears a black wig and floral dresses told neighbours, who knew nothing of her sordid past, that she was an electrician from Bangor as they helped her get settled into her new surroundings and helped her furnish her flat.

Fox’s release from prison has appalled her daughter Ceri-Lee Galvin, who bravely waived her right to anonymity, having been abused by her father for nine years from the age of eight.

Revealing her astonishment, Ceri-Lee, 24, told MailOnline: ‘My father is not a woman and I refuse to recognise him as such. He changed his gender in prison to make his life there easier.

Claire Fox, 61, who was previously known as Clive Bundy, a father of six, served just seven years of a 15-year jail sentence, before being settled into a tiny market town on the Welsh borders
While identifying as a man, the paedophile abused her own daughter and sent explicit photos of her to perverts online. She has now been quietly released back into the community – and given a laptop by a do-gooding charity
Ceri-Lee Galvin, 24, was astonished to hear that her father Clive Bundy, who sexually abused her as a child, is now identifying as a female and using the name Claire Fox – after the MP of the same name – and is now a free woman

‘But now he is out and already up to his usual tricks – conning everyone he meets. 

‘The fact he is now dressed as a woman makes him more dangerous as young girls are his thing and he has never shown any remorse.

‘My father is a highly manipulative man who has attended no sexual offender rehabilitation programmes, shown no remorse for what he has done and openly admits finding children attractive.

‘There have been no meetings I’m aware of to tell local schools about his presence, he has no tag and no curfew. He has just been put into this community and given all he could wish for – food, furniture, a home and a laptop.’

Ceri-Lee, now a student paramedic, added: ‘I am in no way transphobic and I feel incredibly sorry for people who genuinely need to transition. They face stigma and worse because of cases like this.

‘But it should just not be an option for those convicted of sexual offences against children to suddenly say that they want to be a woman.

‘This only arose at the end of 2021 when he was due to be moved to an open prison but then had a fight with a fellow prisoner that was serious enough to stop the move.

‘That is when he went for the gender change – when he was almost 60, having been a macho man all his life and having had eight children and having never mentioned gender dysphoria before.

‘Now he is being indulged by everyone. The prison service gave him make-up and women’s clothes and now a charity for the armed forces have provided him with so much stuff when all he did was a short stint in the Territorial Army in his 20s.

Ceri-Lee Galvin, 24, was abused for nine years from the age of eight by Clive Bundy. Bundy was jailed for 15 years in 2016 but is now due for parole (Ceri-Lee Galvin with her father and siblings)

‘He has conned them. He was never a soldier. The whole thing is outrageous.’

Fox arrived in a sheltered accommodation block for older people in a tiny town at the start of June.

She was given new furniture, a television, printer, washing machine, crockery and a laptop by the armed forces charity SSAFA because she had once been in the Territorial Army.

Fox’s neighbour Lyn Robinson, 74, said: ‘My first impression was that this person was very cheerful and amenable, assuring all us older people that they’d be no trouble. They seemed very confident despite the outlandish appearance.

‘I thought she might find it difficult fitting in so I really took care of her. I gave her clothes and even lent her £70, which is a lot for a pensioner.

‘I took her to the food bank at the Baptist Church where she was given loads of stuff including vouchers for a butcher in town and for a coffee shop.

‘And we went to a concert at St Edward’s Church where I introduced her to the vicar. I had no idea of her history.

Fox’s decision to change gender before being released from prison, provoked a storm of protest when it was revealed in April.

She chose the same name as gender-critical campaigner and media pundit Claire Fox, now sitting in the House of Lords as Baroness Fox of Buckley.

Campaign groups fear that by changing their gender, sex offenders can effectively whitewash their past and could avoid detection under the Home Office’s Disclosure and Barring Service, set up to protect children from abusers.

DBS uses official paperwork such as a passport or driving licence to carry out their checks, both of which can prove difficult to check after choosing a new name and gender.

The potential loophole is provided by the Gender Recognition Act (2004), which created a ‘sensitive applications route’ for trans people.

Ceri-Lee added: ‘The victim liaison officer told me the only reason I was being informed about the name and gender change was because he had given permission for this to happen.

‘It’s allowing him to say that Clive Bundy never existed, that my abuse never existed and it is clearly a danger to children which is why I decided to speak out.’ 

Fox is not the first sex offender to change gender while in prison.

Ceri-Lee has bravely chosen to waive her anonymity as a sexual abuse victim to raise awareness of a ‘legal loophole’ that potentially allows sex attackers like her father to cover up their past by adopting a new gender identity

A rapist who carried out sexual attacks as a man named Adam Graham in 2016 and 2019 sparked a heated debate earlier this year after changing gender and name to Isla Bryson while waiting to stand trial at the High Court in Glasgow.

And in 2018, convicted rapist ‘Karen White’ – branded a ‘highly manipulative’ predator by a judge – was moved to HMP New Hall in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, and sexually assaulted two women inmates.

Fox was arrested after police discovered images of Ceri-Lee online that the abuser had been trading with other pedophiles.

She was later charged with and admitted to several counts of sexual activity with Ceri-Lee, inciting a child to engage in sexual activity and distributing indecent images.

In 2016 she was sentenced to 15 years in prison. It was not until the end of 2021 that she told the authorities she wanted to change gender.

A SSAFA spokesperson, said: ‘SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity provides practical, emotional and financial assistance to serving personnel, reservists, veterans and their families in their time of need. Due to data protection laws and our need to protect our beneficiaries’ and employees’ confidentiality, we cannot comment on individuals or their circumstances.’

A spokesperson for Dyfed-Powys Police said: ‘In line with national guidelines we can neither confirm nor deny the information you have provided.

‘However, we can confirm that Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements are utilised throughout the entire force area to manage appropriate offenders living in the community and they will be closely supervised by local officers to minimise any risk.’



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