Mother from Florida and her ex-husband & # 39; got & # 39; girl from the age of THREE 13 years out for drugs
The mother of Florida and her ex-husband & pimps & # 39; girl of the age of THREE for 13 years in exchange for drugs, rent and scrap – and would beat her if she ever refused
- Celeste Chambers, 37, from Tallahassee, has been convicted for more than 13 years for the trade of the child alongside her ex-partner Kevin Wyatt
- There are indications that the victim was warned & # 39; you should not talk about it & # 39;
- The child was traumatized by the ordeal and could not sleep at night
- Chambers must spend the rest of her life in prison
Lauren Fruen for Dailymail.com
A mother in Florida has been found guilty of pimping & # 39; a little girl from three years old in exchange for drugs, rent and scrap.
Celeste Chambers, 37, was convicted of the child's trade for more than 13 years in addition to her previous partner after she had offered the youngster to mature men for sexual activity in exchange for drugs & # 39 ;.
Her ex-husband Kevin Wyatt, 49, pleaded guilty last year for child abuse in Gadsden County.
Chambers, from Tallahassee, who have to spend the rest of her life in prison, would have struck the younger if she had ever refused.
Celeste Chambers, 36, left, and Kevin Wyatt, 49, were accused of swapping sex with the child for drugs for thirteen years between February 2003 and March 2016
Slipping evidence heard how the victim at least twice a week & # 39; was pimped and warned by Chambers: & # 39; It is not intended that you talk about it & # 39 ;.
She said she was forced to perform sexual acts for Chambers to get drugs, scrap and rent.
The child is said to have been so traumatized by the ordeal that she could not sleep at night.
And when she spoke to social workers, she was too scared to talk about the abuse in case she got into trouble.
According to the data from the court from 2003 to 2016, the adult child was offered for sexual activity in exchange for drugs, intentionally causing physical or mental injuries & # 39;
Chambers was arrested in October last year after a multi-agency investigation into human trafficking that began in March 2016.
Chambers and her friend, Kevin Wyatt, 49, pictured during his arrest, were accused of swapping sex with the child for drugs, rent, and scrap
Chambers, on the left of Tallahassee, have to spend the rest of her life in prison. Wyatt, however, reportedly had been victimized if she refused to perform sexual acts
Wyatt was found on a houseboat at the eastern Florida river, near Tallahassee
A jury condemned her from one count of the capital sexual battery, two counts of lewd and lascivious batteries, one count of every lewd and lascivious molestation, lewd and lascivious behavior, child abuse and trafficking, the Demoulan of Tallahassee reports.
She was also convicted of the battery and will be convicted on Monday when the victim, now 15, makes a victim statement.
Assistant Attorney General Anna Norris said: "This child has been a nightmare all her life and she has been trafficked. It is good to see that people understand that trafficking is not what we see in the film. & # 39;