Paedophile footballer Adam Johnson's ex Stacey Flounders is spotted enjoying an ice cream treat with their daughter.
The shamed England star was released from prison, and driven away from HMP Moorland by his father Dave Johnson just after midnight, on Friday last week.
His ex-partner Stacey Flounders has been spotted filling up her car while wearing sunglasses and enjoying an ice cream with their daughter.
Ayla, four, can be seen holding her mother's hand as they return to their car and eat ice-cream in the warm Spring sunshine.
Stacey Flounders enjoys an ice cream with her young daughter in the Spring sun as they return to their car
Ayla, four, holds her mother's hand as also eats an ice cream as they return to the car
Stacey Flounders fills up her car before heading in to pay and buy some ice cream
Ayla, four, can be seen holding her mother's hand as they return to their car and eat ice-cream in the warm Spring sunshine
The former England player remains on licence and, as part of his release conditions, is no longer be permitted to be alone with his daughter.
The former Sunderland winger, now 31, served just half of the six-year sentence behind bars. He was jailed for grooming, kissing and touching a 15-year-old fan.
Johnson was reportedly spotted for the first time since his release outside his father's house earlier this week.
Adam Johnson (left in 2016 during his trial), 31, who lives in a seven-bedroom mansion in County Durham, is desperately trying to keep his finances in tact as his sporting career (right for Sunderland) lies in tatters
A man, believe to be Johnson, was seen was pictured driving a black Land Rover outside the house in County Durham following his release from prison.
He drove away from the house for a short while before he returned, swapping places with his father Dave Johnson who took over driving the vehicle, a source said.
While in jail the ex-Sunderland star is reported to have bought property, registering it with relatives, in order to keep himself afloat following his release.
He is now reportedly afraid his teenage victim, who he was convicted of grooming in 2016, will seek damages and take what remains of the footballer's fortune.