Pedophile woman who streamed the sexual abuse of a four-year-old boy live, blamed her boyfriend

Pedophile woman who streams her sexual abuse of a four-year-old boy alive in slavery, has blamed her friend for requesting the ill footage

  • Heather McDorman, 31, pleaded guilty Thursday in St. Louis County, Missouri
  • She claimed that she sexually abused a four-year-old boy at the request of her boyfriend
  • McDorman said she took pictures of children who used the bathroom as a friend
  • Faces 25 years in jail while her friend Zachary Hamby (28) denies the charge
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A female pedophile who sexually filmed herself by abusing a four-year-old boy in slavery has blamed her friend for asking her to stream it.

Heather McDorman, 31, from Missouri, said she had streamed the abuse alive to the Zachary Hamby channel (28) so he could watch his iPhone.

She was arrested while taking photos of girls in neighboring toilet stalls while standing on a toilet in South County Mall in March 2018 – she also claimed at Hamby's request.

McDorman confessed to five points of child pornography production and two counts of attempted child pornography production on Thursday in St. Louis County.

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Heather McDorman, 31

Zachary Hamby, 28

Zachary Hamby, 28

Heather McDorman, 31, (left) from Missouri, said she streamed the abuse to Zachary Hamby, 28, (right), so he could watch on his iPhone

Hamby has not pleaded guilty for the same allegations and is facing a hearing next month to determine whether he is mentally disabled, the St Louis Post reported.

McDorman also admitted trying to take photos of young people in other public toilets throughout the province, including in a Walmart and a church.

Detectives found photos on her telephone of a young captive boy and a young girl.

McDorman also argued to take photos of young people in adjacent bathroom facilities while they were in the South County Mall in March 2018 (photo)

McDorman also argued to take photos of young people in adjacent bathroom facilities while they were in the South County Mall in March 2018 (photo)

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McDorman also argued to take photos of young people in adjacent bathroom facilities while they were in the South County Mall in March 2018 (photo)

Under the terms of her plea agreement, both the prosecution and the defense will recommend a 25-year prison sentence.

McDorman claims to suffer from depression and PTSD, but also to be harassed by flashbacks from an unspecified event.

She will be sentenced on August 30.

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