UK student jailed after posting porn online

The British university of Samford, in the county of Nottingham, has released a statement about a student who was convicted of breaching his probation and breaching university regulations after posting online pornographic images.

In a statement released by the university, the university said that on February 20th, the student was sentenced to a total of 14 days in prison and an electronic monitoring order, and was ordered to pay £8,000 in costs to the university.

The student, whose name has not been published in the statement, is a junior from Samford University in Nottinghamshire, and he is currently on probation for his offences.

The student was previously on probation at the University of Oxford and was not under any formal probation, the statement read.

Samford University said it had contacted the student to advise him that his probation had been revoked and that his case was being dealt with by the college’s disciplinary council.”

We are extremely concerned by the student’s behaviour, and are providing support and counselling to him throughout his time in custody.”

Samford University said it had contacted the student to advise him that his probation had been revoked and that his case was being dealt with by the college’s disciplinary council.

The university said it would be seeking to have the student transferred to another university to prevent him from continuing to be at Samford for a further period of time.

“This is the second time the student has breached his probation, and the university has already been contacted by other schools regarding this incident,” the statement continued.

“The university will be seeking legal advice on this matter.”

Samfords university has since published a statement saying: “This student was in breach of his probation.

The university is committed to ensuring that this student is not allowed to commit further offences, including by ensuring that he has the necessary protection to protect himself in the future.”

Sam Farrar, the head of the university’s student affairs department, said the student had been on probation since October 2014, and had been granted bail by the court.

“He was under the supervision of the college at the time, and as a result of his supervision he was not allowed access to internet, social media and other resources,” he said.

In a separate incident, a 21-year-old man was convicted in the UK for breaching his supervision order for two months.”

He was given a daily curfew which included using the internet and social media, and also required to complete a course on cyberbullying, in line with his probation.”

In a separate incident, a 21-year-old man was convicted in the UK for breaching his supervision order for two months.