Ex-bandmates of paedophile Ian Watkins said they were "heartbroken, angry and disgusted" by him, and were unaware of his child abuse.
The pair pleaded guilty to offences dating back to 2005 involving teenage boys from South Yorkshire and Humberside aged between 13 and 17.
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A 19-year-old man has been arrested following a suspected sex assault on a 17-year-old girl in Doncaster.
Police taped off a strip of land in Grove Park , which backs onto houses on Hillcrest Road, yesterday.
The incident is alleged to have happened at about 9am on Friday.
The man arrested in connection with the sex assault has been bailed pending further enquiries.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating South Yorkshire Police's handling of complaints about a rock star who has admitted child sex offences.
Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins is to be sentenced next month for offences including attempted rape of a baby.
The IPCC is investigating the force's handling of a complaint made against Watkins in 2012 by his former lover Joanne Mjadzelics from Doncaster in South Yorkshire.
The 36-year-old singer, who was called a "determined and committed paedophile" in court, admitted attempted rape and sexual assault of a child under 13 but not guilty to rape - a plea the prosecution accepted.
He also admitted three counts of sexual assault involving children and six involving taking, making or possessing indecent images of children and one of possessing an extreme pornographic image involving a sex act on an animal.
He will be sentenced on 18 December.
Police in Doncaster are appealing for help in finding missing teenager Connor Hepplewhite.
Connor was last seen on Monday, November 18, at around 4.50pm on Belle Vue Avenue in Doncaster.
Officers have already conducted extensive inquiries and are growing increasingly concerned.
Connor is white, around 5ft 9ins tall with short brown hair. He was last seen wearing a black jacket with grey jogging bottoms.
Anyone with information should call police on 101.
Peaches Geldof could face a criminal investigation after she named two women who allowed their babies to be abused by disgraced rock star Ian Watkins.
The daughter of Boomtown Rats star Bob Geldof posted the names of two women involved in the case on Twitter after reportedly reading them on a US-based website - but has since removed them.
Lostprophets singer Watkins was branded a "determined and committed paedophile" after he pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a string of sex offences, including the attempted rape of a baby.
The 36-year-old, from Pontypridd, south Wales, plotted the abuse with two mothers, one of whom is from Doncaster, in a series of text and internet messages.
The Attorney General's Office has warned that sex offence victims have automatic lifetime anonymity and publishing details that can lead to their identification is a criminal offence.
Majic had an on-off relationship with Watkins from 2006 and observed his gradual downfall through intense drug use over a four-year period.
She speaks of his attempts to get her to take drugs and the abuse from fans she suffered, possibly directed by Watkins, after reporting him to the police.
Watkins admitted a string of child-related sex offences at Cardiff Crown Court on Tuesday, including two attempts at raping a baby.
Two females - one of whom was also from Doncaster - were due to stand trial with him, and admitted a series of sex-related offences on the eve of the joint prosecution.
Both women were revealed as the mothers of the baby victims targeted by Watkins. The singer and the women will be sentenced in Cardiff on December 18.
Former girlfriend Joanna Majic, from Doncaster, claimed that that cynical predatory approach was successfully used in hundreds of other cases.
Child sex predator Ian Watkins sexually abused hundreds of young victims during years of secret drug-fuelled debauchery, a former girlfriend has warned.
Joanna Majic, from Doncaster claimed that female fans of the paedophile rocker are hiding the true extent of his prolific child abuse.
That is because they are also the mothers of the young children or babies that the former Lostprophets frontman preyed upon, she said.
Majic also revealed that she first reported Watkins' activities to South Wales Police five years ago, but was not taken seriously.
Watkins pleaded guilty to the abuse at Cardiff Crown Court, along with another woman from Doncaster, who admitted abusing her own baby for the singer's gratification.
It was a case of `by hook and by crook’ when an opportunist burglar stole hundreds of pounds worth of tools from a work van at Church Lane, Balby, Doncaster.
The culprit made off with the goods after hooking the van keys from a table near to the inside of the house’s front door, and then out through the letterbox.
Former bandmates of paedophile singer Ian Watkins have expressed their relief that justice has been served.
In a statement issued last year, the group said they had only found out about the singer being charged by the police after Watkins' first court appearance at Cardiff Magistrates Court.
The remaining members kept a dignified silence on the matter, despite receiving scores of abusive messages from internet trolls, but lead guitarist Lee Gaze could not hide his relief on a social networking site when learning that Watkins had pleaded guilty.
Gaze tweeted: "That was over quick", followed by, "Thanks for the kind words. At least there is closure now."
Watkins admitted to a string of child sexual abuse charges, along with two women, one who was from Doncaster.
Calendar reporter Michael Billington looks into the shocking background of the baby abuse case involving Lost Prophets singer Ian Watkins.
Rock singer Ian Watkins has been labelled a "determined and committed paedophile" after he pleaded guilty to a string of sex offences, including the attempted rape of a baby, aided by a Doncaster mother and another woman.
The former lead singer with multi-million selling band Lostprophets plotted the abuse with the two mothers in a series of text and internet messages in which he spoke of his desire to "cross the line" and to intoxicate one of his victims by blowing crystal-meth smoke into the child's face.
Watkins, 36, from Pontypridd, south Wales, pleaded guilty to a string of sex offences he had previously denied in a last-minute change of plea ahead of what would have been his trial at Cardiff Crown Court.
The charges included sexually touching a one-year-old and encouraging a groupie to abuse her own child during a sordid webcam chat.
Watkins also admitted possessing and making child porn as well as launching the plot to rape a baby.