The past of a pregnant teenage girl who disappeared after “meeting a pensioner for sex” is revealed is revealed – as the court hears, she met her 38-year-old boyfriend when she was 12
- Tiffany Anna Taylor disappeared after allegedly meeting Rodney Wayne for sex
- The dark past of the teenage girl was revealed in the court on Wednesday
- She had a 38-year-old friend she met when she was only 12 years old
- Her mother walked into her daughter and gave her older friend a lap dance
The poignant details of the life of a pregnant teenager Tiffany Anna Taylor as a call girl have been uncovered during a murder trial in Queensland.
The 16-year-old disappeared on July 12, 2015, after alleged encounter with Rodney Wayne Williams, 65, for a paid sexual contact through the Oasis website.
Her body was never found.
The harrowing details of the life of a pregnant teenager Tiffany Anna Taylor as a call girl have been uncovered during a murder trial in Queensland
Williams did not convict Tiffany’s murder in the Brisbane Supreme Court after having picked her up around noon at the Waterford Motor Inn, south of Brisbane.
Messages between the couple show Williams agreed to pay $ 500 for sex, but he says it never happened.
The teenager’s boyfriend, Gregory Hill, says that Tiffany was “normal” when she left their motel room and said, “See you later.”
She never came back.
Tiffany Anna Taylor
The 16-year-old disappeared on July 12, 2015, after alleged meeting with Rodney Wayne Williams, (photo) 65, for a paid sexual contact via the Oasis website
The court heard that Hill and Tiffany met when he was 38 and she 12.
Tiffany’s mother, Leanne Dillon, told the court that she was “disgusted” when she found that her daughter Mr. Hill was giving a lap dance in their parental home.
The teenager’s sister, Chloe Taylor, says that around that time, Tiffany began to “drift”.
“She chased me,” Mr. Hill told the jury on Wednesday.
By the time Tiffany was 16, the couple lived together in hotels that were paid in cash for her sex work.
Mr. Hill denied being intimate with Tiffany when she was a kid, but said they were together after she turned 16.
Nevertheless, he denied that he was responsible for her pregnancy.
“I had my doubts about that … there was no intimacy between me and Tiffany that went so far, so it could not have been my child,” he said.
Hill also denied that he knew that Tiffany was working as a prostitute, but 300 messages from other men were found on his phone.
He also denied removing messages about drugs before he handed the phone to the police.
Tiffany’s mother, Leanne Dillon, told the court that she was “disgusted” when she found that her daughter Mr. Hill gave a lap dance in their parental home
Earlier, Prosecutor Philip McCarthy QC told the jury that after Williams Tiffany had been picked up, he drove his Hyundai sedan to Larapinta industrial park where he stopped for about 20 minutes
“Something happens before it returns to the dead-end street that is part of the industrial area,” he told the jury on Tuesday.
McCarthy said Williams then drove to the Esk-Ferndale region, where police searched dams and bushland for Tiffany’s body unsuccessfully.
Later in the day, Williams reportedly started laying a false trail of communication with the teenager on the Oasis website, McCarthy said.
A message sent about three hours after Williams would have picked her up said, “Sorry I didn’t show up, I decided I wouldn’t pay for it.”
The process continues.