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Mother denies pedophile Vicki Bevan raped a girl along with two men

A woman who sexually abused a young child alongside two men has been disowned by her family due to her ‘depraved’ behaviour.

Vicki Bevan, 37, was jailed for life after admitting to 34 sex offences, including a joint rape charge.

Bevan’s mother, Shirley, has spoken out after her pedophile daughter was ordered to serve a minimum of ten years following her trial at Liverpool Crown Court.

Vicki Bevan had discussed with another man her desire to 'kidnap, rape, torture, kill and then eat children' after sexually abusing them.

Vicki Bevan had discussed with another man her desire to ‘kidnap, rape, torture, kill and then eat children’ after sexually abusing them.

Bevan, 37, filmed and photographed the abused girl and the images were shared online, leading to her downfall when they were found on a mobile phone.

Bevan, 37, filmed and photographed the abused girl and the images were shared online, leading to her downfall when they were found on a mobile phone.

Mrs. Bevan told her sun online: ‘We have all repudiated it. We no longer want to have anything to do with her.

All of this is too disturbing.

Another family member said: ‘Everyone is disgusted by what he has done. We hate her for these vile crimes. They should throw her book at him. We are all afraid that this will contaminate us and people will think that we are like her.

Vicki Bevan had discussed with another man her desire to ‘kidnap, rape, torture, kill and then eat children’ after sexually abusing them.

This week, a judge told Bevan and his two co-defendants, Paul Rafferty and Tony Hutton: “The scale of depravity represented by their combined offense is truly beyond belief, as it represents their collective perverted sexual conduct.”

Bevan, 37, filmed and photographed the abused girl and the images were shared online, leading to her downfall when they were found on a mobile phone.

Liverpool Crown Court heard that Bevan was caught after a man’s phone was seized by police, not in court, which revealed 458 pages of highly sexualized WhatsApp conversations with Bevan and indecent images.

“The content of some of those chats is really shocking. Even allowing for some people’s capacity for perversion, some of these conversations are beyond disturbing,” said Judge Andrew Menary, QC, the Liverpool Registrar.

The court heard that Bevan’s parents spoke of raising her in a loving environment and knowing right from wrong and described how their lives had ‘fallen apart’ due to their crimes.

They want nothing more to do with her and the judge placed a lifetime restraining order on Bevan to stay away from them.

The defendant, from St Helens, pleaded guilty to a total of 34 sex offences, including one count of joint rape and five counts of sexual assault with Rafferty and one count of joint sexual abuse with Hutton.

Rafferty, from St Helens, was jailed for ten years on an extended four-year license. Hutton, 62, also from St Helens, was jailed for four years.

Judge Menary told Bevan, who showed no emotion, that in WhatsApp conversations with the other man there were “hundreds of messages discussing in graphic detail their shared desire to kidnap, rape, torture, kill and then eat.” children after sexual abuse”. .

Apparently the plan is for you, Bevan, to get paid for child abuse and then use the money to buy a house with a basement where together you can carry out your plans.

Much of this will have been sexual fantasy, horrific as it is…but it wasn’t just fantasy. To some extent they became a reality.

She said the online discussions led to the serious sexual abuse of a very young child: “In other words, her fantasies became a nightmarish reality for her.”

Judge Menary ruled that Bevan, of St Helens, is a dangerous criminal and given the nature of the risk she presents and the fact that it cannot be reliably estimated how long she will remain a danger, said she was satisfied with a sentence of life imprisonment. .

He gave her a minimum sentence behind bars of 10 years and eight months, but warned her that this did not mean she would be automatically released and that it was the earliest date she could apply for parole.

He said the victim will suffer severe psychological damage and her ability to have normal, healthy relationships is likely to have been damaged.

The defendant, from Napier Street, St Helens, pleaded guilty to a total of 34 sex offences, including one count of joint rape and five counts of sexual assault with Rafferty and one count of joint sexual abuse with Hutton.

The defendant, from Napier Street, St Helens, pleaded guilty to a total of 34 sex offences, including one count of joint rape and five counts of sexual assault with Rafferty and one count of joint sexual abuse with Hutton.

He also admitted two counts of possession of extreme pornography, related to 100 'extremely offensive, disgusting or obscene' pornographic images of animals.

He also admitted two counts of possession of extreme pornography, related to 100 ‘extremely offensive, disgusting or obscene’ pornographic images of animals.

Ms Snowden said that when police seized the phone from the man who was not in court, in addition to the many conversions online, it also showed footage of Bevan and Rafferty showing them raping and sexually abusing the girl.

After she was arrested, her phone was seized showing chats with men about sexual abuse fantasies of the girl.

When Hutton was arrested, his phone was found to contain images of child abuse, including him abusing the girl.

He pleaded guilty to one count of sexual assault along with Bevan and three counts of making indecent images of children.

Rafferty pleaded guilty to one count of joint rape with Bevan, two counts of joint sexual assault with Bevan, and six counts of making indecent images of children.

Defender Jonathan Duffy said Bevan understood the seriousness of his situation but urged the judge not to impose a life sentence.

She said her mental health was deteriorating at the time of the crimes that followed the breakup of her marriage and she has since been diagnosed as bipolar.

Defense attorney Tom Watson said Hutton, a married father of three, had “owned” his offensive behavior.

He said the defendant and his family were “baffled” to understand how after a law-abiding life he had now committed a crime.

Rafferty’s attorney, Simon Christie, said Rafferty “accepted that he deserves to be punished.”

Rafferty, who has struggled with alcohol for several years, had contemplated suicide but decided it was “the coward’s way out” and knew he needed to be punished.

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