A reality star turned sexoffender has been found guilty for exposing himself to a 12-year-old girl.

Jeffrey Anderson, 31, a native of County Down in Northern Ireland, made an appearance on BBC One’s The Voice in 2014 and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Superstar.

The singer was released on bail ahead of sentencing after being convicted of committing a lewd act and outraging public decency.

Belfast Crown Court heard Jeffrey Anderson, 31, exposed himself and rubbed penis while sitting in the blue BMW Z4 car of his mother.

Belfast Crown Court heard he exposed himself while sitting in his mother’s blue BMW Z4 car.

He claimed that he was playing a miniature guitar and not performing sex acts in his mother’s sportscar.

This claim was rejected by the jury.

On Tuesday, a 16-year-old girl testified in court that she saw the sports car and noticed the man as she walked past it in St Jude’s Parade in south Belfast. 

She stated that ‘His seat was completely rolled up and I could see his bottom, which was naked.

“He was wearing his pants down and was rubbing his penis.” 

Anderson’s barrister suggested that Anderson had ‘put 2 and 2 together and come up 6’ when she was cross-examined.  

The teenager resisted this idea.

“I saw his hand and he was in front of me.” [performing a sex act].

“I know I saw that.”

Anderson said he was parking on the Parade in hopes of meeting a friend, who was practicing for a Lyric Theatre performance.

He claimed that he was sitting in the car talking to friends, then he got out and smoked a cigarette. Then he got back in to play the Baby Taylor guitar he had borrowed from the boot. 

According to the 31-year-old, playing mini guitar would have produced a sex act that was’similar’ to the sex act.

He said: ‘The bottom line is that I know for a fact I was not exposed and I was not [performing a sex act]That day, I was in my mother’s car.

Anderson answered questions about the possible sightings of the girl. He said that he had a hair bobble, which he wrapped around his thumb to hide his longer hair.

He said, “I believe the bobble around my thumb would have made top of my thumb redder colour, and that’s what could’ve been mistaken for penis.” 

The 31-year-old was handed a three-year suspended sentence after admitting secretly recording 11 women over an eight-year period from 2005 to 2013. Anderson said these offences happened when he was immature, saying they were 'selfish mistakes'.

The 31-year-old was handed a three-year suspended sentence after admitting secretly recording 11 women over an eight-year period from 2005 to 2013. Anderson claimed that these offences occurred when he was young and that they were’selfish errors’.

The media were prohibited from covering the case, pending the verdict.

After deliberations lasting just two hours, the jury convicted him after the trial began on Monday and ended on Friday 29th October.  

Anderson was told by Judge Neil Rafferty, QC that he would be sentenced on December 3. Anderson should also prepare for the possibility to go to prison.

He stated that he would think about a custodial sentence to be used as a disposition in this case. 

The schoolgirl claimed that the ordeal made her feel worried and uncomfortable’. She returned home to tell her mother what she had seen after leaving behind her friends at a bus stop. 

Her mother drove to St Jude’s Parade and took a photo of the BMW. It was still parked nearby. She then informed the police.

Anderson was interrogated by police again in September 2018.

Anderson became famous on TV talent shows The Voice (and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Superstar) and was given the nickname “Baby Jesus” during his tour with Jesus Christ Superstar.

Anderson, who was called to the witness stand on Thursday, described himself as a musician and writer and stated that he always had his guitar.

He described himself as a musician and writer and stated that he always had a guitar when he was called to testify in the witness box on Thursday. 

Anderson was convicted of voyeurism in the past, according to the jury.

Anderson had indicated that Anderson had a tendency to commit criminal acts for his sexual pleasure, according to the Crown. 

He was sentenced to a three-year suspended term last July after admitting to secretly recording 11 women between 2005 and 2013.

Anderson claimed that these offences occurred when Anderson was young, and that they were’selfish errors’. 

In court, he stated that he was naive. He also admitted to making mistakes. I have certainly learned a lot from this.

“I confessed my guilt, which was written in stone, but I won’t admit guilt for something similar, that I haven’t done.