PAEDO footballer Adam Johnson has been filmed telling inmates he wishes he’d raped his victim.
The ex-England star, 29, is serving six years for sexual activity with a girl, 15.
In a video inside jail, a fellow lag points out that he did not commit rape.
Johnson laughs: “I wish I f***ing did for six year.”
He also makes crude breast gestures about the girl. Sources say his hopes of release are now over.
The disgraced former Sunderland star, 29, jailed for grooming, kissing and touching a 15-year-old girl, told jurors at his trial he was “ashamed” of his actions.
But in a shocking video recorded behind bars by cons, defiant Johnson blamed his celebrity Premier League status for landing him in jail — and dismissed his crimes as “f*** all”.
Asked by inmates what would have happened if he was “Joe Public”, he said: “I would have got a caution at the police station. They might not even have charged.”
The shock six-minute film, believed to have been filmed in the laundry room at HMP Moorland sparked an immediate investigation by prison chiefs.
Prisoner: “How long you got, six years int ya?”
Prisoner: “And you never even f***ed the bird?”
Johnson (laughing): “I didn’t even get my c**k out.”
Prisoner: “It’s not like you f***ing raped her or owt like that?”
Johnson (laughing): “No, I wish I f***ing did for six year.”
Johnson, who has a two-year-old daughter with his ex Stacey Flounders, then told how his victim used to wait for him with her “t**s out” when he played for Sunderland.
Johnson: “I was going to the home games like, you park your car in the car park and she was at my car every game right, waiting for me, just standing there like in all the gear and that… like tight jeans, little shirt, t**s out (makes crude gesture), not like skirts and that.
“Then after the game she was asking for pictures all the time.
“This went on for about six months and the next thing she says, ‘Can you get us a signed shirt?’ and uh… then she added me (on social media).
“I accepted her, got talking to her, I didn’t, I didn’t know, I just thought she was 17, 18.
“Got talking to her for a few weeks and then I met up with her and f***ing kissed her and…”
Prisoner: “Next thing you’re doing a six stretch.”
Johnson (laughing): “And there’s lads on here who’s f***ing shagged like 12-year-olds and got 13 months and that.
“D’you know what I mean? They got like half the time!”
The ex-England star is later asked if he will play professional football again when he gets out — but says his chances will be wrecked by “do-gooders”.
Johnson: “I’ve got more chance abroad. You can’t get a second chance in England man.
“All them do-gooders they’ll come out and say, ‘Nah he can’t play and all this, he’s done this’.”
He then lashes out at his victim’s family — accusing them of only pursuing the case because he was famous.
Prisoner: “If you were Joe Public, you wouldn’t have gone to jail.”
Johnson: “I would have got a caution at the police station. They might not even have charged… If I wasn’t who I was, he (the girl’s dad) wouldn’t have gone to the police station. I didn’t even get me c**k out or f*** all.”
He also complains about women getting drunk on nights out — and said he felt sorry for fellow footballer Ched Evans, who was cleared of rape at a retrial last year.
Johnson: “If she’s apparently (makes speech marks with fingers) too drunk to consent you’re getting f***ing buried.
“People on nights out you know who’ve been p***ed, the girl’s been p***ed, a bit like with Ched, what happened to Ched, where you can feel a bit for them (the offender).
“How many birds have you gone back with who’ve been p***ed, you’ve been p***ed, f*** them? If they say, ‘I can’t remember what happened’ you’re f***ed. D’you know what I mean? You get done for rape.”
Johnson has lost an appeal against his sentence as well as his conviction for sexually abusing the girl — but says it would have been different if he was “Joe Public”.
Johnson: “He’d get off but because it’s me he won’t… that’s what I’m saying. People think I’m getting special treatment. I get treated actually less.”
He was jailed in March 2016 after a three-week trial where he admitted one charge of grooming and one of sexual activity with a child. He was also convicted of a third charge of sexual touching.
The court heard how he demanded nude photos of his victim, who was 14 when they met.
Det Insp Aelfwynn Sampson said at the time: “Johnson exploited his position as a local hero to take advantage of a young and impressionable girl.
“From the start of their contact, he knew full well that she had just turned 15 and yet this did not stop him. He no doubt thought that he would get away it.”
Johnson repeatedly told jurors at his trial that he was “ashamed” and felt “awful”, grovelling: “I wholeheartedly and unreservedly apologise for my actions.”
But sources said his comments in the South Yorkshire jail were likely to crush his hopes of a switch to a cushy open prison.
They claimed it could also damage any later attempts to secure an early release.
Justice campaigners have blasted Johnson for his “appalling” lack of remorse — and said his comments could stop other victims from coming forward.
An NSPCC spokesman said: “What part of ‘age of consent’ does Johnson not get? To make it crystal clear to him: adults can’t have sex with children.
“His lack of remorse for sexual activity with a child is appalling and shows utter contempt for his victim.”
Claire Waxman, of Voice4Victims, added: “These victim-blaming comments minimise the appalling crimes of rape and child grooming and can trigger trauma for victims.”
Lauren Seager-Smith, CEO of Kidscape, said: “There are still a lot of men out there who think if a woman is drunk and wearing certain clothes she is fair game and we have to smash through that.”
Barnardo’s chief Javed Khan added: “Victims are never to blame, regardless of what they wear or what they have drunk. Convicted offenders are always at fault, whether or not they are famous.
“We want other victims of child sexual abuse to have the confidence to come forward.”
Asked about the video, Johnson’s dad Dave said: “Whatever this shows it can’t hurt him any more than he’s already been hurt.
“However this has been made it is illegal and I’ll be contacting our lawyers about it.”
The Prison Service did not comment.