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Australian Mother Found Guilty Of Having Sex With Her 3 Children To Impress Men Online! (Video)

Australian Mother Found Guilty Of Having Sex With Her 3 Children To Impress Men Online! (Video)

by October 2, 2018 0 comments

Yet Women Get Custody First!

By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

A NSW mother who performed sex acts on her three young children to win the affection of men online has been jailed for at least 17 years.  The woman’s name is not being mentioned in this case because of the rules of Australian law concerning releasing the names of people in jail rather innocent or guilty!

The woman, 31, filmed the sexual abuse of her son and two daughters, one of whom was just four years old when she involved them in the production of child pornography over a two-year period.

District Court judge Phillip Mahony said the mother made the videos for men she met online as a way of showing she wanted a relationship with them.

“She said she committed the offences out of thinking that men may feel something for her if she satisfied them. She had used her children as a means of getting attention from men,” Judge Mahony said in sentencing the woman to a maximum of 25 years behind bars.

On July 20 the woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, pleaded guilty to eight charges, including sexual intercourse with a person under 10 and possessing child abuse material.

The court heard the woman was 26 when she started meeting men online in 2013.

She had a sexual fetish that involved submission and engaging in degrading acts for men, Judge Mahony said.

At the suggestion of one man, she began involving her children in sex acts that she filmed and photographed.

In late 2014 she invited one of the men she met online to stay with her and during that time he abused one of her daughters.

“The offender received no money for doing so, but psychological benefits that flowed from the men’s affection and attention,” Judge Mahony said.

The mother was arrested after three of the videos showing her and one of her daughters was sent to the International Child Sexual Exploitation Database, run by the US-based National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children.

The investigation was transferred from the Australian Federal Police to NSW Police, leading to the identification of the daughter.

In an interview with forensic psychologist Dr Christopher Lennings, the woman said she was ashamed of what she had put her children through.

“I hate myself for what I did,” she said.

“In all reality I don’t understand why I did it … I thought that they [the men] had feelings for me.”

She also told psychiatrist Dr Jonathan Adams that she received no sexual gratification from the sexual abuse of her children and that it was a relief when she was arrested.