According to the court documents, the man ‘indecently abused’ the little girl for nearly a decade from age 8 until after she gave birth to his child at age 15. At the time of the baby’s birth, the family was living in an abandoned home that had been slated for demolition. Because the girl’s mother and the 34-year-old man understood that no one could learn about his child with his victim, the girl gave birth on the kitchen table. Fortunately, someone in the vicinity called the authorities, so social worker went to the broken-down home. The scene that the social worker walked into will stick with her for the rest of her life. It was a nightmare that she’ll never be able to clear from her memory.
When the mother, Marcy, fell in love with Brandon, she did anything to make him happy. So, when the 34-year-old man reportedly asked the mother to let her 8-year-old daughter be his “concu-bine, she obliged Brandon’s his desire and let him ra-e her daughter repeatedly for nearly a decade until she became pregnant with his child. The abused daughter gave birth to Brandon’s child when she was fifteen-years-old. Now that she is seventeen, her father-in-law and mother are in jail for what they did to her. Brandon has been convicted of ra-e as well as several charges of aggravated se-ual assault against a minor. He learned his fate in court and was handed down a life sentence from the judge presiding over the case. The mother reportedly allowed Brandon access to her daughter so the child could become his “concu-bine.”
The Assistant District Attorney, Pansy, told the court, “Brandon opened the door but refused to allow Wanetta into the house,” reported Journal Now. “He also denied that children were in the house. A standoff ensued, and Jones and her supervisor contacted police officers to help Wanetta gain entry. Eventually, the owner of the house allowed police and Wanetta to enter the house, where they did not find any children but did see plenty of evidence that the house was unsuitable for children to live in. As Wanetta headed back to the office, the man who had called in the anonymous tip appeared at the end of a street. Wanetta and the man talked for a few minutes and exchanged contact information.”
Pansy added, “Several minutes later, as Wanetta was driving back to the office, the man called her and told her that he saw the children leaving the house and described the car. Wanetta contacted the police. An officer stopped the car. Brandon was driving, his wife was in the passenger seat, and the then-15-year-old girl was in the back seat with her infant daughter. Another infant girl, Marcy’s daughter, sat in a child’s seat. Police later found two other children who were hiding under the floorboards in the back seat.” Brandon was found guilty on twenty charges connected to the ra-e and se-ual assault of the underage victim. The mother, Marcy, will also spend a long time in jail for allowing her husband to ra-e her daughter.