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Mother Rapes Her Son, 7, And Daughter, 6, Then Shared The Clips Online


Nov. 28, 2019

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A mother who told police she ‘felt bad’ about s*xually abusing her own children and sharing videos online has been jailed. The 34-year-old woman, who has not been named to protect her children’s identities, was jailed for 40 years on Monday for abusing the seven-year-old boy and six-year-old girl. 
She recorded eight or nine clips between January and May 2018, with prosecutor Alex Duros calling the material ‘horrific and downright disgusting.’ 
Jailing the paedophile, who is from Grand Chute in Wisconsin, Judge Gregory Gill told her that her victim’s ‘pain and suffering will go on in perpetuity.’ He added: ‘Unfortunately that innocence that is associated with being a child has forever been taken.’
The mother was caught after investigators from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children were alerted to the abuse material by Google. 
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The online search giant flagged the child s*x abuse images up after they were uploaded to its Google Drive platform. Grand Chute Police Department was informed, with one investigator recognizing the background as being that of the woman’s house. They had previously visited the paedophile’s home to perform a child welfare check. 
A school resource officer at the victims’ school was able to confirm the youngsters’ identities, Fox11 reported. After being arrested and confronted, the mother said she had been threatened into making the clips by online perverts. She claimed to have known what she was doing was wrong, and said that she felt bad about it. 
The mother admitted first-degree s*xual assault with someone under 12, as well as child s*xual exploitation and incest with a child at a court hearing in September. Outgamie County Court Commissioner Brian Figy also condemned the woman after she was first charged, and said her actions would cause incalculable harm to her kids. 
He explained: ‘Quite frankly, the collateral damage from all this cannot even be calculated yet because it’s upstairs in the World Wide Web somewhere.’
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