A SEX offender who was jailed in Oxford for grooming and sexually assaulting three young girls could face another jail term after being found in the company of young children.

Iain Wolstonholme was jailed for five years at Oxford Crown Court in November 2010 for indecent assault and indecency with a child.

His trial heard how he used the pretence of tickling his victims in order to sexually touch them at a house near Banbury.

Wolstonholme, now 46, also bought his victims underwear and told them he had done a bra-fitting course while working for the fashion chain Next.

As part of his punishment he was banned from being in the company of under-16s.

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However, between January 2016 and May this year he was in contact with two children under that age.

Wolstonholme, now of Grindleford in the Peak District, pleaded guilty at Derby Crown Court last week to breaching his order.

The hearing was told how he cares for his 87-year-old mother and that he has received death threats from people in his village aware of his offending.

Judge Shaun Smith QC adjourned sentencing until September 5 but warned him prison was an option.