The hospital worker refused to give up passwords to devices he owned and gave a 'no comment' interview, apart from saying that he had ‘ruined his life’.
A report revealed Jenkins took Mephedrone and had used Grindr on the day of the incident.
'Some minutes later Dr Jenkins sent seven pictures of an indecent nature, in some instances of an obscene nature to Liam who he believed was 13.'They are photographs sent of himself in various states both physical and in states of undress.
He also urged the boy to have sex without a condom as it was more natural.'The doctor then said what he would like to do to him.
He said he wanted to use his holes, spit in his mouth and slap him about a bit.
Attending with his mother, he faced being struck off at a Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service misconduct hearing today.
Jenkins began asking 'Liam' questions about his sex life and urged him to have sex without protection in a conversation that ended when the 'boy' told him he was going to eat his tea, the tribunal heard.