Graves also was also sentenced to four years for three offences of indecent assault, and three of cruelty against another boy then aged between 12 and 15 between 19.

He was also ordered to be a registered sex offender for life and was given a sexual harm prevention order (SHPO) to last until further court notice, severely restricting his access to young children.

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A former Church of England priest has been jailed for 12 years for a string of sexual offences against two boys dating back to the late 1980s.

Jonathan Graves, of Jervis Avenue, Eastbourne, East Sussex, is the third former priest from the Diocese of Chichester to be convicted following an investigation into concerns about several priests.

Soon after, he was appointed by Pope John Paul II the Archpriest of the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome, where he resides today.

Shanley's accuser, s then-27-year-old firefighter, said the now defrocked priest began abusing him when he was six years old.

It was later discovered that senior church members helped cover-up the scandal and shuffled abusive priests from parish to parish.

Originally believed to be only a few isolated cases, the Spotlight investigation sparked an international crisis within the church, with victims coming forward from numerous countries across the world.

The studio's owner, Arielle Lask, said she plans to install 'state-of-the-art' security systems and to make sure every child leaves the studio accompanied by an adult.

Disgraced former Catholic priest Paul Shanley, 86 (pictured on Friday), convicted of repeatedly raping a boy in the 1980s, was released from prison on Friday and will be living across the street from a children's dance studio in Ware, Massachusetts According to the sex offender registry list, Shanley is the fifth Level 3 sex offender to have an address on the street where his new home is (pictured).

Paul Shanley, 86, moved to the town of Ware, Massachusetts, about 65 miles west of Boston, after being released from the Old Colony Correctional Center in Bridgewater where he completed a 12-year sentence.

His new home in a multi-unit building is opposite a recently opened dance studio that teaches children as young as age two.

The boy was a boarder in a dormitory that was supervised by Rapson and was offered alcohol and cigarettes before he was assaulted.