REVEALED: Trans-identified male accused of spying on girls in changing room at Nanaimo, BC pool is a convicted pedophile

Otter confessed to touching an 8-year-old girl for sexual purposes on nine separate occasions.

Mia Ashton Montreal QC

A trans-identified male accused of spying on girls in a women’s changing room in Nanaimo, British Columbia has been identified by local residents as a convicted pedophile.

In February, Janayh Wright was threatened with arrest after confronting a male wearing a wig whom she alleges was peeking under her daughter’s stall at the Nanaimo Aquatic Centre. The male claimed to be entitled to be in the changing room on the grounds of “human rights.”

Wright reported the incident to management but was told that it was indeed the trans-identified male’s right to be in the female changing room. Wright told Reduxx that staff warned her she could be arrested for removing the male from the women’s changing room. She then reported the incident to the police.

Now, with the help of local residents, Reduxx has revealed that the individual is a convicted pedophile who goes by the name of Kylie Otter, sometimes spelled Rhylie or Rhiley.

In 2019, at the age of 28, Otter was sentenced to 14 months in jail and 24 months probation for sexual interference against a young person.

Otter confessed to touching an 8-year-old girl for sexual purposes on nine separate occasions. This abuse occurred between December 2015 and September 2016, while the pedophile was in a position of trust.

The girl informed her parents of the abuse who then reported it to the RCMP. Otter pleaded guilty to all charges in 2017. The convicted pedophile began identifying as a women in 2018.

The case drew national attention in 2018 when the victim’s mother read an impact statement during the sentencing hearing in Kelowna, BC, stating that her daughter had been severely traumatized by the abuse.

“As a result of this trauma, (my daughter) continues to have nightmares,” she said. “(She) does not feel comfortable walking to school alone or with her siblings. . . . She fears being in public places because she does not want to run into the offender,” reported the Daily Courier at the time.

“I feel like I have completely failed my daughter as I was not able to protect my baby,” said the distraught mother.

During the reading of the impact statement, Judge Monica McParland briefly dabbed a tear from her eye, causing the defence counsel Jacqueline Halliburn to submit an application to have her removed from the case, citing potential bias.

This application was later dismissed by McParland who argued that the victim impact statement was “high emotional and moving,” and stating that there is nothing wrong with the court having a compassionate or empathetic response to it.

“The Crown submits that showing empathy does not mean judicial bias,” said McParland.

The Daily Courier reported uncertainty at the time about whether Otter would serve jail time in a men’s or women’s facility, as well as confusion as to whether the convicted child predator would undergo sexual offender treatment which is typically “geared toward men.”

As part of Otter’s sentence, the child sexual offender was barred from being alone with children under 16, as well as from places where children under 16 might be present, such as schools, daycares, and swimming pools.

However, locals have informed Reduxx that Otter is the individual accused of accessing the women’s changing room at the Nanaimo Aquatic Centre and watching young girls change.

A Facebook post in a private group called Predators of Vancouver Island identifies Otter as having a current case open involving the sexual assault of a child, and sources have confirmed to Reduxx that they encountered Otter in the changing room at Nanaimo Aquatic Centre.

“That’s 100% the person,” one local source told Reduxx. “I’m just so upset our justice system isn’t doing anything about it. They can’t charge him, not enough evidence, even though he breached by… not letting the sex offender list [know] he changed his name. Our system is a joke.”

“I can anonymously confirm that was the person I saw and confronted in the changeroom watching a young girl change, yes,” the second source told Reduxx, adding that taking the matter to the police had “hit a dead end.”

Another concerned local told Reduxx he had been trying to find out how Otter was allowed access to the Aquatic Centre given the conditions of his sentence.

“I tried using online court services to see his conditions … and crown had said there [was] a public ban and that cops were well informed of Jeremy’s actions around the island as there were alot of incidents with that person,” he explained.

“Cops won’t touch it [because] of trans issues now,” he added. “I’m honestly really shocked that the Nanaimo pool would continue to allow [Carlson]… to go there after numerous police were called and file numbers were taken. The police say they can’t do anything.”

This is not the first time that a convicted sex offender has identified as a woman and gained access to women’s intimate spaces. In 2021, Darren Merger, a trans-identified male serial sex offender walked around naked in front of women and a young girl at the WiSpa in California. Left-wing media at the time reported the incident as a “transphobic hoax.”

The Nanaimo RCMP have been reached for comment.


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