Paedophile rock singer Ian Watkins made a sex tape with a girlfriend where they shared his fantasies of child abuse, a court heard.
Mother-of-one Joanne Mjadzelics, 39, is accused of joining in the fantasies of Lostprophets singer Wakins before he was jailed for 35 years for trying to rape a baby.
A court heard police officers seized the rock star’s computers and video tapes to discover one titled “Jo Paedo Talk Cardiff”.
When they played the video they saw Watkins and Mjadzelics having sex and talking about having a child together so they could rape and kill it.
Prosecutor Jim Davies read an extract of the 2008 video to a jury trying Mjadzelics for allegations of possessing indecent images and sharing them with Watkins.
Mr Davies said: “While they were having sex they were talking about him getting her pregnant so they could have a child to abuse.”
The jury listened in silence as the extract of the tape was read as Mjadzelics talked to Watkins talked about abusing her “as soon as she is born” and “when we change her nappy”.
A court heard the tape was made nearly four years before Watkins was arrested for a string of child sex abuses.
The jury was told “disgusting and abhorrent” online sex chats between Mjadzelics and Watkins were discovered by police which had taken place three years after the sex video in May 2011.
During the chats indecent images of children were sent by Watkins to Mjadzelics and she sent replies.
She told Watkins she wanted to grab a three-year-old off the street and tie it to her bed for them to rape.
Throughout the late night online message sessions they described the sex acts they wanted to commit on infants as well as dogs and horses.
In one message Mjadzelics is asked by admitted child molester Watkins: “What would my baby like to see? What daddy has been doing?”
Mjadzelics replies saying she wants to see the child being raped.
In another exchange the mother-of-one told Watkins: “Part of me feels you get off on showing me stuff you can get away with, knowing that is what I have wanted since forever.”
Mjadzelics, of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, told Watkins she thought they had a “deep connection that couldn’t be matched”.
She signed off one message with the phrase: “Child molesters till we die.”
Watkins replied to her saying: “I am really happy you now know it is not just talk.
“The sooner we can be together the better.”
Mjadzelics was arrested as part of Operation Globe – a worldwide investigation into Watkins’ paedophile activities.
Mr Davies said there was no dispute from Mjadzelics that she was in possession of four indecent images of children, had sent an indecent image of a child and had twice encouraged Watkins to send her an image of child rape.
But a jury at Cardiff Crown Court heard she claimed she kept the images to trap Wakins – and bring him to justice.
He said: “The law provides a defence to these crimes if the person can show they had a legitimate reason for doing so.
“Joanne Mjadzelics says she did have a legitimate reason for possessing and distributing indecent images of children in an attempt to bring Ian Watkins to justice.
“We say that is not the case.”
Mjadzelics denies four charges of possessing indecent images of children, two charges of distributing indecent images of children and one charge of encouraging Watkins to send her an indecent image of a child.
The trial continues.