In his summing up comments ahead of sentencing, the judge said Ian Watkins and his co-defendants committed "sickening and incomprehensible" crimes.
The details of the offences, many of which have been two graphic to report, were condemned in the strongest possible terms by the judge, as he reflected on how the singer used his power and celebrity to "partake in insatiable lust."
Judge "this case breaks new ground" "what you three did plumbed new depths of depravity"
Judge "you knew you could use that power to partake in insatiable lust"
More top news
The singer questioned whether the US president has a full understanding of what the country was founded on.
Kate’s family moved to Jordan in May 1984 when she was aged two.
England's thrashing of Panama was their biggest win in a major tournament, but before we all get too carried away, what have we learnt?