The court has suppressed all details of the alleged breaches other than the fact that Mc Garry was not accused of sexual reoffending.
In 2006 Allen was released from prison only for the Director of Public Prosecutions to loge an application to have him detained indefinitely under the Dangerous Sexual Offenders Act. Pleaded guilty to 11 charges including- sexual penetration of a child between the age of 13 and 16 - attempting to sexually penetrate a child - indecently recording a child - indecent dealings with a child - encouraging sexual behaviour. Prior conviction 2005 - of seeking a child as a prostitute.
Paul Allen pleaded guilty to a string of charges stemming from breaches of a conditional release order he was placed on after serving out a prison sentence.
Allen, who is in his late 20s, admitted to the breaches in the Stirling Gardens Magistrate's earlier this month.
The detention of Allen comes the same week that serial sex offender Michael Mc Garry is due to appear in the Supreme Court, where it will be argued whether or not to keep him in custody after he pleaded guilty to breaching a condition of his release order.