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Martin, who had been looking after Mr Platten since 2006, had access to his bank account to buy him day-to-day items but, in a gross abuse of trust, he started siphoning money off.
In a gross abuse of trust the 58-year-old sexually assaulted three patients he was supposed to be looking after at the Spire Washington Hospital, formerly known as Bupa.
A spokesman for Merseyside Police said: Merseyside Police can confirm that a 37-year-old woman from the Hightown area has been arrested on suspicion of abuse of trust.
This abuse of trust, rather than the activity on Facebook, led to the ending of the work contract," it said.
She said that while some would see it as every schoolboy's fantasy, the relationship involved a serious abuse of trust.
Prosecutor Douglas Mackay said: "It was an abuse of trust.
Father Cuthbert Madden, Abbot of Ampleforth, said: "These were most regrettable offences involving a grievous abuse of trust.
White was found guilty on three counts of abuse of trust by sexual activity with a child.