Peaches Geldof could face a criminal investigation after she named two women who allowed their babies to be abused by disgraced rock star Ian Watkins. The daughter of Boomtown Rats star Bob Geldof posted the names of two women involved in the case on Twitter after reportedly reading them on a US-based website - but has since removed them. Lostprophets singer Watkins was branded a "determined and committed paedophile" after he pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a string of sex offences, including the attempted rape of a baby. The year-old, from Pontypridd, south Wales, plotted the abuse with two mothers, one of whom is from Doncaster, in a series of text and internet messages. The Attorney General's Office has warned that sex offence victims have automatic lifetime anonymity and publishing details that can lead to their identification is a criminal offence. At around 11pm on Friday night police were called to Darley Avenue in Athersley to reports that a man had been stabbed.
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Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inbox. Some claim she was targeted by a devil-worshipping cult after slamming jailed Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins, 36, and his sick paedophile friends. But that has not stopped conspiracy theorists posting dozens of nutty claims all over the internet. Many point out how she had openly criticised Watkins after he was jailed for 35 years for a string of vile sex crimes, including the attempted rape of a baby. Peaches, daughter of Bob Geldof, also tweeted the names of two mums who had handed the monster their tots to abuse. By law the duo, who were also jailed for a total of 31 years, should have remained anonymous to protect the identities of the child victims. But the trolls say Watkins was a high-ranking member of the Illuminati, a supposed secret society trying to control world affairs through messages in books, songs, movies, TV shows, comics and computer games.