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Between February 2, 2013 and July 17, 2013 the defendant spent £85,111,90 on e Bay principally on pens, pottery and cricket memorabilia.
"The defendant's accounts also recorded a payment in 2013 of £80,000 to HMRC in settlement of his latest tax demand.
He has stolen a great deal of money from a group of people who trusted him.
"It was a frenetic episode in his life and unfortunately, a healthy man both physically and mentally throughout his life, in 2010 he began to be debilitated by Parkinson's disease.
He said that he had met these women on the Adult Works chat lines and that the payments which appeared in his accounts were for phone sex or cam sex or were payments to escorts." Police contacted Adult Works and obtained details of payments which showed he had two accounts with the company with the first registered in 2007 and the second registered in 2011.
A purchase history revealed that in 2007 the defendant made 16 payments to the company using that first account and during the following three years made around 50 payments each year.
His phone also contained the names of 90 women who Taylor admitted were escorts.
Since the onset of proceedings he has lost his son, his health, his career, his good character and one route or another his assets and do describe him as a crushed man is no exaggeration.
The thefts occurred after Taylor became addicted to adult sex chatlines on a website called Adult Works following an operation on his hips in 2009 which left him in pain and unable to sleep.
Andrew Mac Intosh, prosecuting, said: "He said in 2010 he was diagnosed with Parkinson's and that at around the same time his son had had a breakdown and had to be taken out of university.
One woman of 87 who lived in a care home passed away after her account was plundered of £3,000 and at the time of her death her estate had insufficient funds to pay for her funeral and the local council had to subsidise her funeral.
Another old lady of 87 who suffered from dementia, lost £107,500 from her accounts whilst a woman aged 86 lost £399,000 after Taylor was able to get access to their bank accounts.