My aunt’s husband showed me the blue film before bed – 13 years old (Pix)

Posted by on Oct 15, 2020, Under: News

My aunt’s husband showed me the blue movie before bed – 13 years old (Pix)

Dad showed me the blue film before bed, ”says the 13-year-old girl.

* I just stroked her, – says the suspect.

In a bizarre case of sexual assault, a 13-year-old girl, Wednesday, revealed that her aunt’s husband, whom she calls “dad,” would watch her adult videos and then sleep with her.

He said that he raped her in his shop and in their apartment on Surulere Street in the Ojo district of Lagos, threatening to kill her if he told anyone.

The revelation comes following the arrest of 48-year-old suspect Mr Charles Ekwe, whom the victim calls “Pope,” by the Gender Office of the Nigeria Civil Security and Defense Corps, NSCDC, Lagos State Command, Monday.

The victim lived with her aunt, she was nine years old, after the death of her father.

She claimed that the suspect penetrated her hard every time her aunt was out of sight.

She said, “Whenever Dad wanted to do this, he would show me a blue movie (pornography) on his phone.

“He has done this many times. I can’t count how many times he did it. I was afraid to report to my aunt because my dad threatened to kick me out of the house and kill me if I did. “

The bubble burst when her aunt, Ms. Ekwe Blessing, noticed that the teenager was not doing well.

Ms Ecke allegedly took the teenager to hospital, where a medical examination confirmed that she had a ruptured hymen.

During interrogation, the suspect told NSCDC agents that he only stroked the girl’s genitals. He also admitted that he exposed her to watch pornography on his phone.

NSCDC commander in Lagos, Mr. Ayeni Paul, speaking to reporters, said: “A sexual assault suspect will face the full wrath of the law and will be referred to the appropriate agency for further investigation and prosecution. …

“This is a terrible crime, and everyone responsible for this crime, if found, will have to pay dearly.”

Reaffirming the Corps’ commitment to fighting crime in the state, the commander said the Corps will not stop there in securing freedom from crime in Lagos.

He also said that “the Corps gender division, responsible for rape, domestic violence, sexual assault and infection, and child abuse, has well-trained staff to handle such cases.”

Therefore, he ordered members of the public to refer such cases to the command for prosecution.