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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Convicted paedophile who worked on children's TV show What Now jailed for possessing, making and distributing child abuse material

    A convicted paedophile and former cheerleading coach who worked on children's TV show What Now has been jailed for possessing, making and distributing graphic child abuse material


    Auckland man, Nikola Michael Marinovich was sentenced in the Auckland District Court today to three and a half years.

    Judge Eddie Paul says he viewed a small sample of the thousands of objectionable publications found stored on five electronic devices belonging to Marinovich - in order to inform the sentencing.

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