Mother and stepfather charged with allowing men to rape their nine-year-old daughter
This article is more than 8 years old.
Mother alleged to have given girl money for having sex with strangers
A nine-year-old girl was forced to have intercourse and oral sex with strangers in her north Jutland home while her mother and stepfather looked on.
According to the charges, the parents actually arranged the meetings between the men and their now 10-year-old daughter.
READ MORE: Parents accused of raping their own daughter and her friends
The original charge sheet stated that the girl was raped at least three times by her stepfather last year. The new charges include the accusations that the couple allowed other men to have sex with their daughter.
It is claimed that one man had intercourse with the mother, while another raped the child. The positions were then changed and the attack continued.
Not the first time
The couple is alleged to have paid the daughter a small amount of money for taking part in the activities.
According to the charge sheet, it is not just the youngest daughter who has been abused.
The charges say that the mother’s other daughter was abused from 2000 to 2002, when the mother again allowed men to abuse her child while she looked on. The child was also nine at the time.
The case is due to start at a court in Hjørring next Monday.
I should Cocio! The criminal world’s equivalent of being caught with chocolate milk moustaches
Dutch duo sentenced to 16 years each for role in amphetamines empire
Brexit reprieve for late submissions: Brits handed new deadline by which to apply for residence in Denmark
Quarterly meter readings! Gas consumers to get a more accurate picture of how much they owe
This Week in Copenhagen: Easter must be coming … the themeparks are reopening!
Huge shock as Kazakhstan fight back to beat Denmark in thrilling Euro 2024 qualifier
Inattention – the menace on Danish roads. Nine in ten strongly disapprove, but a third are guilty!
Uncovering the Facts: Separating Fact from Fiction in Casino Games
This content is sponsored
Danish school-leaver test should no longer include assessment of social and personal skills – minister
Minister eyes war crime shake-up in Denmark
Current legislation does not specifically criminalise international felonies such as war crimes – and this needs to change, contends government