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"He is ashamed and embarrassed and it was completely out of character," the solicitor said.
"He is most apologetic to the victim and her family." The court was told that Bailey was willing to come up with compensation if the victim would accept it. He was using the website as a means of escape as he has difficulties dealing with his emotions." When Judge Dempsey questioned why he put the video up a second time, the solicitor said Bailey was not aware it was the gardaí who requested it be taken down the first time.
Bailey, of Balbriggan Road, Skerries, Co Dublin, pleaded guilty to harassing the woman on dates within three weeks last year in the Dublin area under Section 10 of the Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person Act, 2007.
His solicitor said the 26-year-old, who works as a shop assistant at Pound World, offered no excuse for his actions.
Bailey's actions had a profound effect on her, the court heard.
Gardaí were made aware of the video by the victim and officers contacted the site to have it removed.
After the girl told him she never wanted to have sex, he began to show her the pornographic videos.
The judge ordered a probation and welfare report and a community service report to see if he was suitable to complete 240 hours in lieu of two months in prison.