Photos were found of the pair kissing on the girl's phone.The images and dozens of suggestive texts were found on the girl's phone after her parents became alarmed by the relationship and called in the police.The second origin is that the name Ilfracombe was derived from Norse illf (bad), Anglo-Saxon yfel (evil ford) and Anglo-Saxon cumb (valley) perhaps from a Celtic source (compare Welsh cwm), thus 'The valley with the bad ford'.The manor house at Chambercombe in east Ilfracombe was recorded in the 1086 Domesday Book as being built by a Norman knight Champernon (from Chambernon in France) who landed with William of Normandy. Ilfracombe comprised two distinct communities; a farming community around the parish church called Holy Trinity, parts of which date from the 12th century, and a fishing community around the natural harbour formed between Capstone, Compass and Lantern Torrs.She started modeling when she was 13, the same year her godmother introduced her to Kate Moss.She has an older sister and a younger brother, as well four half-siblings including Steve Aoki.Northcott, now aged 21, initially told police that nothing sexual had taken place between them but was forced to admit her guilt after the video and images were found.One clip showed Northcott, naked from the waist up, rolling around a bed with the girl who was wearing just a thong and t-shirt.
The girl was on top in a t-shirt and thong.'The images showed the defendant with her hand on the girl's buttock while she was wearing a thong.
The first is that it is a derivative of the Anglo-Saxon Alfreinscoma - by which name it was noted in the Liber Exoniensis of 1086.
The translation of this name (from Walter William Skeat of the department of Anglo Saxon at Cambridge University) means the "Valley of the sons of Alfred".
They found selfies showing the girl and Northcott kissing and a video clip of them in bed together.
Mr Coombe said: 'It showed them kissing while lying on a bed and rolling around.