A British mother had sexually abused her children and even urinated in their drinks, a court heard.
The woman bragged about urinating in the children’s juice cups and shared sick fantasies with pedophiles on the Internet.
Oxford Crown Court heard that the mother of two, aged 20, was caught in an FBI sting last summer, with the file being turned over to the UK authorities.
The 20-year-old woman was also found to have exchanged messages with a pedophile who has been incarcerated for more than a decade, according to an investigation by the Metropolitan Police.
Judge Nigel Daly, who sentenced her to six years in prison on Thursday, said: “I find this behavior pretty incomprehensible.
“As you will know, whatever comes up on the internet is likely to stay there forever and you have exposed your own toddlers to this very real possibility.”
Prosecutor Lisa Goddard told the court that the Oxfordshire woman’s Snapchat and Kik accounts were identified in a stab operation by the FBI’s child exploitation team in May and June.
The woman said she lived with her two children and urinated in cups and made them drink it.
An undercover FBI officer posing as a pedophile exchanged messages with the mother that revealed the woman’s unsettling sexual interest in her own and other children.
Claiming it would be “hot” to see a man get sexually aroused by the kids, she posted a nude picture of herself with a baby foot touching her buttocks.
Ms. Goddard read another message from the defendant to the undercover officer saying she had to “marry a pedophile”.
The woman was also found to be exchanging messages with a pedophile who was later caught during an investigation by the Met Police. She seemed to see to it that her children were molested by the man, even though she told him, “I don’t really want them to be in pain or anything.”
Police arrested her last summer and confiscated two phones which found 377 indecent pictures and videos of children in the most serious category, including films showing the rape of babies. She had 313 pictures in category B and 191 in category C.
An app for hiding image and video files was also found on a phone.
The woman who admitted to having sexually assaulted a child under the age of 13, engaging in sexual activity with a child, owning an extremely pornographic picture, and taking and distributing indecent pictures of children. She had no criminal record.
James Reilly said mildly that his client was remorseful. She had a “troubled childhood” in which she was raped by an uncle and also abused by a partner.
He said, “She wants to get as much help as possible and try to move on.”
He said the woman wanted to teach English to adults in the future, adding that his client “hopes that her children will come to her when they are older”.
He said, “That’s the only thing that keeps them going.” She no longer had custody of the children.
Judge Daly issued a sexual harm prevention order that runs for an indefinite period. The woman remains in the sex offender register for life.
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