A mother took her two young children to Samut Prakan police Sunday to report an alleged series of rapes by their 12 year old cousin.
The mother named only as “Som”, 38, a quality control officer in a soap factory in Bang Pu, told police that the boy, “Man” a grade six student in primary school, had gone to her five and eight year old daughters’ bedroom and put on adult movies.
Man is the child of her ex husband’s elder sister, reports Daily News.
He had then invited the little girls to do like in the movies. This had happened around ten times over a period of a year, she said. Her ex husband’s mother who heard about the plan to tell police had earlier threatened her with trouble if she did.
Som told the investigating officer as her children looked on that she had gone to live at her husband’s house in downtown Samut Prakarn after the birth of their first child in 2008. By 2013 she had finished with her husband but continued to live in his house as she had nowhere to go.
She eventually moved in May 2015 because her daughters were unhappy and not playful as they had been before. She asked them what was wrong and, she alleged, they later told her that Man had come into their bedroom about ten times over a year and put on sex movies while she was out at work.He had told them to do like in the movies and he had raped them, she claimed.
She told police further that on discovering this she called her ex and it was agreed she should report the matter. But when her ex husband’s mother heard about this she threatened her with counter claims if she dared to report the matter.
After some time she decided that she must report the matter.
Police have arranged for the two sisters to be checked at a hospital and are in contact with child welfare and other authorities as further evidence is gather ahead of calling in the twelve year old for questioning.Facebook.
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