AN NHS radiographer sexually assaulted three teenage schoolgirls as he moonlighted as a DJ at an 18th birthday party.
Jamie Maclennan attacked the girls – including a 15-year-old – while he spun records at the birthday bash at a miners’ club.
Maclennan, 25, lured the 15-year-old to an isolated toilet cubicle at the back of the stage and forced his hands down her pants.

A second girl, aged 17, was also assaulted by Maclennan grabbing her by the arms and forcing himself on her.
He also slapped the bottom of a 17-year-old after she asked him to play her favourite song during the dance at Macmerry Miners’ Club, in Macmerry, East Lothian.
Maclennan, from Larbert, near Falkirk, had claimed he had consensually kissed two of the girls during the evening but denied assaulting them at the party on April 16 last year.
But the pervert, who has been restricted to non-
clinical duties at the capital’s Western General Hospital following his arrest, was found guilty of all three sex assaults after a five-day trial at Edinburgh Sheriff Court last week.
All three teenagers gave their evidence to a closed court.
Maclennan told the court the 15-year-old girl had come on to him by “dancing provocatively” in front of him and that the pair had engaged in “flirtatious banter” but he said he had not assaulted any of the girls.

Sheriff Thomas Welsh QC placed him on the sex offender register for a time still to be determined and deferred full sentence to next month.

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