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South Wales Police say they worked with Interpol and the Department of Homeland Security in America, as well as agencies in the UK, in putting together the case against Watkins.
DCI Peter Doyle says the pleas today do not mark the end of the investigation, and they will work 'tirelessly' to identify any other victim.
The Crown Prosecution Service Wales say the three defendants in the trial have admitted very serious sexual offences, "demonstrating sexual exploitation at its worst".
The prosecution has finished open its case at Cardiff Crown Court. Watkins and the two female defendants, who cannot be named for legal reasons, will be sentenced on 18th December.
The court is now hearing the prosecution opening of the case against Ian Watkins.
Former Lostprophets frontman Ian Watkins has pleaded guilty to charges of attempted rape of a young child and conspiring to rape another.
His trial was due to get underway at Cardiff Crown Court this morning. He was initially charged with 24 offences and has pleaded guilty to a total of 13 charges.
Legal proceedings have begun in the case of Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins. The frontman is accused of 24 sexual offences including two involving a baby. He appeared alongside two female defendants. Nicola Hendy reports.
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Documents obtained by an investigative reporter claim police were first made aware of abuse allegations against Ian Watkins 2008.