Mother would have dressed her nine-year-old daughter in a Playboy outfit with rabbit ears and watched as several men raped her
- Gold Coast’s mother is on trial for child rape at Southport District Court
- She is accused of sexually abusing her nine-year-old daughter by several men
- The alleged abuse came to light when the girl wrote a letter to her psychologist
- The note read: “Mom always came in with friends and hit me inappropriately”
- The mother has argued not guilty of all charges
A Gold Coast mother has been accused of dressing her nine-year-old daughter in a Playboy rabbit costume before several men could sexually abuse her.
The Stockport district court heard on Monday that the young girl was reportedly harassed by her ‘friends’ at her home every other day for a one-year period between May 2014 and May 2015.
The alleged abuse only came to light when the girl wrote a letter that her mother “came in with friends and inappropriately touched me,” to her psychologist, who reported this to the police.
Stockport District Court on the Gold Coast heard that a nine-year-old girl was reportedly harassed by her mother’s “friends” at her home over a one-year period from May 2014 (stock image)
She later told the authorities that her mother “would undress her and be naughty” and one day woke up and noticed that she was wearing a “Playboy outfit” with rabbit ears, The courier post reported.
On one occasion, the mother – whose name is remembered to protect the victim’s identity – allegedly gave her daughter a drink that made her sleepy.
The court heard that the girl had once woken up in her bed and discovered that she had undressed and an unknown man was sitting on top of her while her mother was holding her hands.
She claimed that all men were different during the alleged incidents, and said she had heard her mother ask the men for money.
The girl’s father was in custody at the time of the alleged abuse.
The mother was charged with three counts of rape, maintaining a sexual relationship with a child, indecent treatment of a child, and deprivation of liberty.
She has argued not guilty of the allegations.
The court heard the girl waking up one day and found that she was wearing a “Playboy outfit” with rabbit ears (stock image)