caileak.com – New Full Link VIDEO with son(12) Original, Limpopo based SA police woman films herself naked in bed having – Video taken by [email protected]’s mother shows her forcing her son to stay with her. Even when he said, “I can’t do this,” he didn’t give up. The woman began to spread her thighs and said, “Do it!”
The anonymous person said he was worried about the boy in the video and that he needed to get involved.
In the video, a South African police officer, believed to be the mother of the boy, who appears to be 12, allegedly forced him to stay by his side. At the beginning of the video, a woman is heard filming herself saying, “Wait, wait.
So the perfect woman [email protected] keeps saying, “Rise with me, rise with me!”
During the photo shoot, the young man can be seen trying to find a way to do what he thinks his mother is asking him to do, saying “Mom, I don’t know how to fix this.”
The woman opened her thighs for the boy to enter and said: Do this. The boy touched the woman and looked at the camera. The mother is believed to be a Limpopo police officer. Police Investigations Department spokeswoman Lizzie Subing said:
“This is worrying, Ipid has asked its investigators to look into the matter so we can launch our investigation. The woman appeared at Marble Hall Magistrates Court on Monday 23rd January and the case is pending until next Tuesday 30th”, police in Limpopo’s spokesman, Brigadier Motlavela Mugabilo, said Jan regarding the bail application and government bail. He said this woman is accused of rape, prostitution, production and distribution of child pornography.
“The identity of the woman will not be revealed to protect the child,” she said.
VIDEO, Limpopo based SA police woman films
Mugabiro said the child was in a safe place. He said police had warned that anyone who committed a crime against a child would be punished. Themba Masango, General Secretary of #Notinmyname, said: “We are deeply saddened by what happened, a woman who should have been the mother of this child then abused a man.
We urge law enforcement to resolve this matter quickly and forcefully. He must be charged and sentenced accordingly.
Masango said they hope the child will receive the necessary care and psychological assistance.
“She is very concerned. The level of child abuse in our country is worrying,” said child psychologist Lerato Mokgethi.
We tend to think men don’t get abused, which isn’t true.
Men and boys are also bullied, which makes them afraid to tell such stories. “Children of all ages are vulnerable to abuse. As a society, we are open to discussing what has happened. When parents see signs that their child has changed, they should make an effort to talk about what’s happening.