Wife's fury after paedophile photographer husband is freed from jail ...

Father-of-two Davidson used search terms such as 'baby rape' and 'kiddy rape' to obtain the material

Father-of-two Davidson used search terms such as 'baby rape' and 'kiddy rape' to obtain the material

The wife of a paedophile photographer has been left sickened after learning he has been released early from prison.

Phil Davidson, 40, was jailed in September last year for watching and downloading vile videos of children being abused.

His former partner Donna Winchester, 38, believed he was staying up late to edit pictures of newlyweds and only discovered the truth after police raided their home a week before Christmas.    

Father-of-two Davidson used search terms such as 'baby rape' and 'kiddy rape' to obtain the material.  

He amassed a collection of 527 movies featuring children as young as 18 months suffering serious sex acts, involving bondage and even a dog.

Maidstone Crown Court heard the clips at the most serious level would take three-and-a-half days to view.

Davidson, who owns a popular photography business in Kent, bizarrely claimed viewing the images gave him relief from depression. 

Ms Winchester said she is horrified to learn he is now walking the streets.

She told The Mirror: 'Police reassured me there is no suggestion that he abused our children, but it still sickens me that their dad is so dangerous.

His former partner Donna Winchester, 38, believed he was staying up late to edit pictures of newlyweds and only discovered the truth after police raided their home a week 

She told the paper: 'There is no justification for what he did. The phrases he searched made my stomach turn. I feel guilt that I didn't realise what he was doing.

'He had the perfect cover with his photography.

'All those nights he said he was editing pictures – it sickens me to think what he

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