The 25-year-old mother, Morgan, pleaded guilty to allowing elderly men to ra-e her 5- and 6-year-old daughters, with one abuser being so old that he could’ve passed as their great-grandfather. The woman would reportedly bring the girls to the men’s homes, waiting in their living rooms as they took her daughters into their bedrooms and abused them. The mother was arrested and charged with first-degree cruelty to children, trafficking a person for se-ual servitude, and enticing a child for indecent purposes after her daughters told others of their mother’s actions.
According to the court documents, the mother purposefully sacrifiiced her children to se-ual predators in order to fulfill her sickening desire. The little girls told investigators what it was that their mother was getting out of selling her daughters for se*. The mother repeatedly allowed several men to ra-e her daughters while she waited on their couches, expecting that they would give her drugs and small cash gifts afterward. After ra-ing the 5-year-old girl and m0lesting the older sister, 78-year-old Richard gave the children $100, which the mother quickly snatched up. The man reportedly ra-ed one of the girls so violently that it caused her to bleed. “Afterward, Richard gave the girls one-hundred dollars, and the girls’ mother immediately took the money from them,” the DA’s office said. On a similar occasion, the mother brought her daughters to the home of Alfredo and casually waited while he ra-ed the girls.
Alfredo also paid the children after the abuse occurred, which they were once again forced to hand over to their mother. “It is difficult to imagine facts that are more horrific than those found in this case,” District Attorney Howard Jr. said. “I am hoping these two little girls can somehow survive this abuse and grow into healthy adults who can lead a productive and fulfilling life.” The mother pleaded guilty to her charges, receiving 20 years in prison and a subsequent 10 years on probation. She initially faced up to 140 years in prison for multiple counts. As she left the courtroom, she waved and blew kisses to her family members, seemingly devoid of any remorse. Richard was convicted for ra-ing the girls. He was ultimately sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, plus 146 years in prison to run concurrently.
Alfredo was also convicted of ra-e and received a sentence of 25 years in prison followed by life on probation. For the crime of ignoring the children’s pleas for help, Morgan’s mother, Teresa, was sentenced to 5 years in prison for second-degree cruelty to children. Her sentence came after it was proved that the girls told her that they were being se-ually abused only for her to refuse to help them. The mother’s attorney attempted to garner sympathy for her, claiming that she had been se-ually abused as a child. However, the court wasn’t buying the excuse and eventually sentenced her for her horrific actions. The girls, who are now 6 and 7, are in the care of another family member and the trauma they’ve endured will likely be a life-long struggle for them. Dear readers, we are republishing this story amid recent reports that child se-ual abuse has surged in the United States during the pandemic. Statistics indicate 1 in 9 girls and 1 in 53 boys under the age of 18 experience se-ual abuse or assault from an adult.