Fresh twist in the historic case of a baby who was murdered and found in a TOILET, as the 14-year-old mother's stepfather is accused of sexually abusing her and becoming pregnant
- The stepfather of a then 13-year-old girl has been accused of abusing her
- DNA linked the stepfather with the crime and the couple is confronted with charges
- He is faced with six charges and allegedly abused her even after the birth of the child
A 55-year-old man has been accused of abusing his 14-year-old stepdaughter and the father of her alleged murdered child.
The now 38-year-old mother is accused of killing her child in 1995 after being found in a toilet block at Kambalda Caravan Park, near Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
The man, who was the friend of the girl's mother, cannot be identified and faces six allegations of abusing the woman from the age of 11 until she was 16, ABC news reported.
The now 38-year-old mother is accused of killing her child in 1995 after being found in a toilet block in Kambalda Caravan Park (photo)
The court heard that the 13-year-old concealed her pregnancy and only became aware when the unborn child started kicking after five months.
Local investigators then called the child Rijul and buried him in a cemetery in Kalgoorlie
The man was reportedly unaware of the birth until months after his stepdaughter informed him of the point at which he continued to abuse her.
Murder was charged against the woman last month after DNA samples linked her to the child when she came to the attention of the Victorian police.
The man was reportedly unaware of the birth until months after his stepdaughter informed him of the point at which he continued to abuse her
The court heard that she then told her story about alleged long-term abuse of police.
She was then extradited to WA, because of her age at the time of the alleged insult, she could defy the Perth Children & # 39; s Court.
DNA proof was then confirmed by her stepfather, who has no existing criminal record, as the child's father.
His defense lawyer told the court Thursday during a bail that his client denied some of the allegations and said that DNA was the only evidence that linked him to the alleged violations.
DNA proof was then confirmed by her stepfather, who has no existing criminal record, as the child's father
The court heard that the man had quit his job and went looking for a new home for his dogs. According to the police, these were signs that the man & # 39; could do a runner & # 39 ;.
But the magistrate Tom Hall recorded his previously pure record and imposed a bail of $ 50,000 with a bail of $ 50,000.
The 55-year-old was forbidden to communicate with the woman and the couple would both appear in court next month.
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