Woman filmed man raping her daughters, 7 and 10, because she was afraid he would send them to Philippines

Evil stepfather who repeatedly raped the daughters of his Filipino wife, 7 and 10, takes his own life – while being imprisoned for filming the pathogenic abuse

  • The woman met an Australian man on the Filipino Cupid and moved to Brisbane for him
  • The man asked her to send sexual images of her daughters, to which she was obliged
  • Once arrived in Australia, he would rape the girls and force her to film them
  • The man committed suicide after he was charged with abusing the girls
  • She has been sentenced to ten years in prison and will be deported when it is over
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A mother who filmed her angry husband, who repeatedly raped her two young daughters for fear that he would send them back to the Philippines, was imprisoned.

The Filipino woman was sentenced to ten years behind bars in the Brisbane court for allowing gruesome sexual abuse for more than seven months in 2018.

She met her husband on the dating website Filipino Cupid, with which women can make contact with foreign men, Courier Mail reported.

Shortly after their engagement, the man asked the mother to send naked pictures of her daughters, ages 7 and 10, because he & # 39; loved little girls & # 39 ;, prosecutor Elizabeth Kelso told the court.

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A woman was imprisoned for allowing her husband to rap her young daughters while filming the immoral act for fear that he would send them back to the Philippines (stock image)

A woman was imprisoned for allowing her husband to rap her young daughters while filming the immoral act for fear that he would send them back to the Philippines (stock image)

The woman obliged and sent her fiancé the immoral images, which Mrs. Kelso described as a & # 39; violation of trust & # 39 ;.

The mother then moved to Australia to be with the man and allowed the abuse from their first night in the country.

& # 39; She moved here knowing that he was interested in young children, & # 39; Mrs. Kelso said to the court.

Once the family went to live in their home in North Brisbane, the daughters were taken to a bedroom and forced to engage in sexual acts with both the mother and their stepfather.

She was forced to film even when her daughters would cry and beg that it would stop.

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The young girls would endure the terrible abuse every two weeks when their fly-in, fly-out stepfather came home from work.

The girls were so struck by the sexual acts when the police asked them what the vagina was for, one of the girls said: & it was for dad & # 39; s hand & # 39; s.

Lawyer Amelia Loode said the woman was caught & # 39; felt in Australia and was terrified that his abuse would get worse if she tried to stop him.

The police only discovered the abuse when they were looking for unrelated child exploitation material at the man's job.

The man was accused of the abuse, but committed suicide over the charges.

The Filipino woman was sentenced to ten years behind bars in Brisbane District Court (photo) for allowing the abuse for more than seven months in 2018
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The Filipino woman was sentenced to ten years behind bars in Brisbane District Court (photo) for allowing the abuse for more than seven months in 2018

The Filipino woman was sentenced to ten years behind bars in Brisbane District Court (photo) for allowing the abuse for more than seven months in 2018

The Filipino woman pleaded guilty to creating material for child exploitation and maintaining unlawful relationships with children.

The woman will remain behind bars for ten years, while the Ministry of Child Safety is looking for long-term housing for young girls.

Judge Paul Smith said the woman could have returned to the Philippines any time because she had a supportive family there.

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& # 39; You knew he was attracted to little girls and you volunteered and without pressure sent those photos to him, & # 39; he said.

Judge Smith told the woman that her actions have a & # 39; great effect & # 39; had on the future of her two daughters, despite trying to give them a & # 39; better life & # 39; to offer.

After the woman completes her ten-year sentence, she is taken back to the Philippines.

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