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Father Francis McDermott, now 75, is accused of committing sexual offences against six children in the s. The man told the court Father McDermott had a locked cabinet containing pornographic magazines and had boasted of having sex with a girl. Giving evidence from behind the screen, the witness, who is now in his late 50s, said his family were friends with Father McDermott when he was training to be a priest in north London in the early s. The abuse started when the witness was still at primary school and continued when the priest moved to High Wycombe, he said. He said: "He [Father McDermott] had a very high sex drive - he was sex mad. He was always talking about it.

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He was always talking about it.

In aboutwhen the man was living in Northampton, he said he received a call from the priest. He said he recorded a conversation in which Father McDermott asked him to make a statement to support him after a complaint had been made against him by a woman. The retired priest denies 18 indecent assaults, four indecent assaults on a male, two charges of indecency withone of buggery and one of rape, allegedly carried out between and The case continues.

Rumours denied Mr Simms, who was head at Princes Risborough School, Buckinghamshire, at the time of the alleged offences, told jurors he spoke to the boy in January after a teacher raised concerns over rumours spreading around the school. He said the year-old boy, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, told him the rumours were not true.

Mr Simms said Aylesbudy Barber also denied them and no further action was taken by the school. The court heard he spoke to the boy again in March when a topless pictures of Ms Barber circulated around the school and at that point he admitted the rumours were true. Describing the boy's demeanour, Mr Simms said: "He was upset and shaking, he wasn't crying but his hands were shaking.