A woman who developed 2,500 personalities after being repeatedly abused by her father came face to face with her attacker when she testified in court about his & # 39; monstrous & # 39; acts.
Richard Haynes, 74, pleaded guilty in the middle of the lawsuit in March to dozens of graves of rape, bug fraud, and indecent attacks against his daughter, Jennifer, in the 1970s and 1980s.
Mrs. Haynes, who agreed to be identified, was between four and eleven years old at that time.
As a result, she developed a dissociative identity disorder – previously known as multiple personality disorder – and received thousands of different voices and opinions.
Jennifer Haynes (pictured on the right as a child) 49, came face to face with her father during his Friday trial. The woman witnessed the horrific abuse that led her to develop 2500 personalities
Mrs. Haynes (photo right) was brutally abused by her father (pictured center) from the age of four to fourteen and required reconstructive surgery for the damage inflicted on her
In Friday's Downing Center district court, Haynes took a deep breath and began to read about a long-term victim influence, staring at her father as he looked down at the dock.
"He heard me begging him to stop, he heard me cry, he saw the pain, the fear he caused me," she said.
& # 39; He saw the blood and physical damage he caused and the next day he chose to do it all over again. My father's abuse was calculated and it was planned & # 39 ;.
She said his abuse forced her to develop the multiple personalities as & # 39; the only way & # 39; to cope, including the four-year-old symphony, which she embodied for some time in the courtroom while she provided evidence.
"All others have done their job so well and kept Jenny alive," she said.
& # 39; When Dad almost killed us physically, Symphony removed the alter that was nearly dead and replaced it with a new alternative to continue & # 39 ;.
Mrs. Haynes said there were not enough words & # 39; to do justice to the huge size & # 39; of the consequences of his insult to her life.
Abusive, extreme, sadistic, inescapable, inevitable and overwhelming were some of the words she used to describe the abuse.
Mrs. Haynes now has a colostomy bag, permanent problems with dentistry, vision and mental health, and fears bathrooms and toilets.
In another part of the shooting, the 49-year-old shows the police the bedroom of her father. She takes a deep breath and composes herself before saying: & # 39; And here he brought me to the end of the bed and I was raped by him. & # 39;
Finally, she takes officers into the laundry room. She points to a washing machine and says: & # 39; The double tub where he has raped me endlessly & # 39;
Jeni Haynes, 49, was horribly raped by her father Richard (photo) aged four to fourteen in their home on the western outskirts of Sydney.
She saw her re-education home resurrected in the western suburbs of Sydney, in moving images broadcast 60 minutes on Sunday evening.
Mrs. Haynes cried and cried while reliving her nightmare show officers where she was fiercely tortured.
& # 39; Oh my god, deep breath, you can do this, & # 39; she said to herself as she took officers into her father's old office.
& # 39; OK … it's the same, & # 39; she said, pointing to a wooden bench where she was being abused.
& # 39; The bank? & # 39; a detective asked.
& # 39; The sofa is the same & # 39 ;, Mrs. Haynes said.
In another part of the footage, the 49-year-old police showed the police around her father's bedroom.
She took a deep breath to form herself before she said: & Here he brought me to the end of the bed and I was raped by him. & # 39;
Among the personalities are a four-year-old girl named Symphony, the personality abused by her father, and an eight-year-old boy named Little Ricky. Pictured: Mrs. Haynes
Richard Haynes, 74, (photo) pleaded guilty to the 25 counts of rape, buggie and assault in their home in Sydney in the 70s and 80s
Mrs. Haynes then took officers to a small shed at the property. She looked around her in the room and said: & # 39; This is possibly one of the most frightening rooms in the universe. & # 39;
She finally took the washroom to the police. She pointed to a washing machine and said: & # 39; The double tub where he raped me endlessly. & # 39;
The images were taken by officers during their investigation before Haynes was approached.
Mrs. Haynes, who gave the police a 900,000 word statement about her abuse, had several operations to reconstruct her coccyx, intestines and anus after the brutal attacks.
She developed her personalities to protect her while she was being abused – and she can move them on request.
Mrs. Haynes created a girl named Symphony when she was four – and this was the personality she would assume when she was raped.
Other personalities include an eight-year-old boy named Little Ricky and a teenager named Muscles.
& # 39; My father brought serious, sadistic, violent abuse that was completely inevitable, inescapable, and life-threatening – and he chose to do this every day of my entire childhood, & # 39; Haynes said.
Richard Haynes was extradited from the UK in February 2017 to appear in a court-only trial after being charged with the decade of abuse.
The accusations were so serious that it was feared that a jury could remain psychologically traumatized.
As a child who has been the victim of sexual abuse, Haynes was given the opportunity to remain anonymous during legal proceedings.
But if she did, her father would also have remained anonymous, so Mrs. Haynes made the brave choice to make the story public.
She said she wanted her father to go to jail with & # 39; everyone knew what he was doing & # 39 ;.
As they prepared for the trial, Haynes and her legal team agreed to present her personalities during her testimony.
Jeni Haynes expressed her relief to journalists when she left a court in Sydney after her father Richard pleaded guilty to 25 counts of rape, buggie and assault in February
When she was asked a question, the character who knew the answer would come out and say & # 39 ;.
Mrs. Haynes testified in Symphony's personality for two hours before Haynes changed his plea and stopped the lawsuit.
She believes this is because he does not want the world to hear her full testimony to hear what he has done to her.
In the 60 minutes interview, Haynes admitted that she had never realized that having multiple voices in her head was considered abnormal.
& # 39; I didn't know you should have just one personality, & # 39; she said.
Almost 90 percent of cases of Multiple Personality Disorder, now more often referred to as Dissociative Identity Disorder, relate to some form of trauma or abuse.
It is often considered as a coping mechanism for victims to disconnect themselves, distance themselves or separate themselves from the trauma.
& # 39; Jeni was born and my father started abusing her. An alter was made that came to use the father's abuse, so Jenny didn't have to, "Haynes said earlier.
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