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Police have arrested two MUMS accused of running a child sex bondage ring with an older man in a quiet suburban home after the girls, 4 and 6, were subjected to horrific abuse for two years.
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Police shut down an alleged child sex gang of “up to 15 people” that police claim involved extortion and horrific abuse of victims between the ages of one month and 14 years.
Queensland Police will allege that a 64-year-old man operated on from his Townsville home with the help of two mothers, aged 38 and 41, for two years.
Allegations arising from the three-month police operation called Tango Rosetta include allegations that he subjected his two young daughters – aged four and six – to horrific abuse including using them as sex slaves.
Maximum prison sentence for alleged offenses is 25 years in prison (Stocked Image)
Police will further allege that he organized the exchange of young victims with other local residents for sexual acts, and then extorted them for “in excess of $50,000”.
Police arrested the man and two women on Thursday and charged them with “various charges”.
These include extortion, domestic violence and a range of child exploitation offenses.
The three are scheduled to face the Townsville Magistrate’s Court on Friday.
Detective Sgt. Dave Miles told the media that it is likely that more victims will be revealed once they fully investigate the materials seized in Thursday’s raids.
The women are alleged to be part of the episode, but their names have not been revealed to protect the identities of the victims.
Police said the alleged pedophilia ring was based on “family associations and education”.
Police raided homes in Townsville on Thursday and seized alleged child exploitation materials on phones, USBs, SD cards and computers showing children between the ages of one month and 14 years.
Detective Sergeant Dave Miles told the media that it is likely that more victims will be revealed once they fully investigate the materials seized.
The maximum prison sentence for the alleged offenses is 25 years in prison.
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