Sick paedo mums horrifying request to doctor that exposed abuse of daughter, 12

An evil mum who abused her 12-year-old daughter was caught out after making a horrifying request to her doctor.

The South Australian woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was found to have allowed her partner, the child's stepfather, to abuse the girl between the ages of 12 to 16 before becoming involved in the abuse herself. The abuse was discovered when the peado mum asked her doctor to prescribe her adolescent daughter the contraceptive pill because she was "sexually active."

Judge Telfer jailed the mother for 10 years and three months with a non-parole period of seven years. Meanwhile, the sicko stepfather was sentenced to 12 years and seven months in prison and set a non-parole period of eight years and seven months.

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The couple had previously been found guilty of maintaining an unlawful sexual relationship with a child. But while meeting with a psychologist, the sick mum maintained her innocence.

The daughter previously told the court: "[I] wanted to be treated like a daughter. I remember staring out the window having tears roll down my face just wanting it to be over and done with, but there was no use fighting it because then I would get treated like crap again."

Judge Emily Telfer slammed the mother as she said that it's "impossible to properly summarise the destruction" the pair had wrought on the girl's life. She added: "Instead of protecting her you first enabled the sexual abuse of her permitting (the stepfather) to assault her and then you joined in his exploitation by engaging in sexual contact with him and (the girl).

"It is difficult to imagine a more gross breach of trust between a mother and daughter. Despite what you did to her she is becoming a strong, smart and driven young woman."

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