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Hewitt, who has been subject of a Sexual Offences Prevention Order (SOPO) since 2007, did not realise the profile was a fake, set up by Dark Justice.
The group has been running for two years this month and has led to 64 people being arrested.
When Hewitt arrived in Newcastle in August, the group blocked in his car to stop him leaving.
Judge Robert Adams jailed him for two years, saying Hewitt had a ‘bad record for sexual offending’.
Hewitt, of Old Chester Road, Great Sutton, Ellesmere Port, appeared in court via a prison videolink.