‘Advocate Barbie’ on sex offenders’ list

2010-05-17 09:17

Convicted sex offender Cezanne Visser appeared briefly in the High

Court in Pretoria for final legal formalities before beginning her seven year

jail sentence.

Wearing a black leather jacket and purple blouse, Visser, also

known as advocate Barbie, stood before the court where she was registered on the

national sex offenders’ list.

The registration meant that Visser would never be able to work with

or be a custodian of children.

Visser was convicted last year on 11 charges relating to sexual

offences involving children and adults.

Earlier, Visser arrived at the court carrying a kit bag, turquoise

pillow and other bedding.


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