Geoffrey Rainey Kelly

Geoffrey Rainey Kelly
Belfast Telegraph

Geoffrey Rainey Kelly, a violent male transvestite, was convicted of two sexual assaults on women in 2016 and 2017, and an indecent exposure to a 16 year old girl in 2017.

Kelly, 35, was then arrested in June 2019 for breaching the terms of his Sexual Offences Prevention Order (SOPO) banning him from coming within 20 metres of schools or anywhere that under-18s gather. Kelly was found wandering the corridors of a Co Tyrone school and trying handles on the doors of rooms while wearing a blonde wig and stereotypically female clothes (a white skirt and pink jacket, with a string of pearls around his neck).

At Dungannon Magistrates’ Court Judge McGarrity threw out Kelly’s bail application, stating: “There is high risk of re-offending and potential for non-adherence to bail conditions.” Kelly was then remanded in custody to appear again by video-link later in the month.

Kelly was previously convicted of a sexual assault of a woman at East Tyrone Magistrates’ Court in 2016. His indecent exposure conviction in 2017 involved him fully undressing in a shop changing room and then exposing himself to a 16 year old female shop assistant.

See also Gavin Scott, another transvestite who similarly used the pretext of store changing rooms to sexually assault female shop assistants, including a 17 year old girl.

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