Mother Faces Felony Charges for Alleged Sexual Abuse of Three Kids

ELK CITY, Okla. – A mother of four was arrested by authorities after she was accused of sexually abusing her children.
According to a report, Natalie Lynn Webb, 30, of Elk City, Okla. was arrested by police who said she was involved in the “sexual abuse and exploitation” of her own kids.

In an affidavit from police, it found that over the span of about three months, Webb had allegedly abused her children on several occasions. Police said Webb’s 9-year-old son told authorities that his mom had molested his younger brother and two younger twin sisters, and claimed he had at one point walked in on the abuse.

According to the Elk City Daily News, a report of forensic interviews conducted with the 9-year-old boy revealed statements accusing his mother of sexually exploiting her three youngest children by “selling sex” from them to other adults.“when asked who was doing that to (his brother), he said he did not know but Mom was getting paid. He said she was selling sex from (his sisters and brother). (The 9-year-old) said he would run and hide in the dumpster. When the boy was asked who mom would sell the children to he responded: ‘Like her friends.’    CLICK  HERE   to read the affidavit, which literally brought angry tears to my eyes for the sheer evilness this lady put her poor children through. Needless to say ‘Mom’ was taken in and jailed under a $2 million bond.  Why even waste time with a trial? She should just be stoned to death.

Anthony Brinkman Wanted Someone to Help Beat and Rape Own Daughter

Anthony-BrinkmanST. Louis Missouri  –

A father in Missouri has been accused of  posting an online ad looking for someone to help beat and rape his 11-year-old daughter Police were notified about the ad and had an undercover officer make contact  with 32-year-old Anthony Brinkman. Believing he was talking with a 27-year-old  female with an interest in books, walks on the beach, and pedophilia, Brinkman told her he wanted her to be  his girlfriend and to help him sexually assault his daughter.The undercover officer and Brinkman agreed to meet at a Cracker Barrel restaurant and return  to Brinkman’s house and rape his daughter with sex toys.Investigators didn’t believe Brinkman would actually show up, however, Brinkman arrived and brought his daughter along.

“It’s just a lot of talk for most of these guys, but this guy actually  brought (the girl) to the scene to go ahead with the next step of enacting it,”  said St. Louis County Detective Mike Slaughter. “If we hadn’t gotten  involved and someone bad had gotten in touch with him, something bad would have  happened to that little girl.”

Brinkman was arrested at the Cracker Barrel and is currently facing charges  of attempted statutory sodomy, but prosecutors said it’s likely that he’lll also be charged with sex trafficking of a minor. Brinkman is  now in jail on a $100,000, cash-only bond.

The girl was taken into police custody until relatives arrived to take her home. Police do not think the girl had been sexually assaulted in the  past, but plan on questioning her further.


TN Couple Charged for Selling Kids to Sex Film Ring


Connie Sue McCall


Ronnie Lee McCall

An East Tennessee couple is facing a list of charges, accused of selling their children to take part in sex films.

Connie Sue McCall, 40, and her husband, Ronnie Lee McCall, 61, of Johnson City have been charged by a federal grand jury.

Paperwork shows the couple was selling their four daughters.

Prosecutors said the four girls were between the ages of 5 and 16 when this happened.

They also say their parents were strung out on bath salts at the time.

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Couple Raped Daughter for Two Years

Denver, Colorado-

Investigators say Kevin Carothers, who is a registered sex offender, began fondling his step-daughter in 2009. The sexual assaults turned into rape in October when both Kevin Carothers (35) and  Theresa Carothers (36) and Kevin Carothers, have been jailed after they allegedly raped Theresa Carothers’ underage daughter repeatedly over two years.

According to police, Theresa Carothers was arrested Wednesday in Lakewood after she sexually assaulted her own daughter- along with her husband, Keven Carothers, the victim’s step-father. He was taken into custody last week.

Kevin Carothers continued to rape the girl on a regular basis, but only when other family members were not in the house. Kevin and Theresa Carothers lived with Kevin’s parents when the alleged assaults began.


In December of 2009 Theresa Carothers joined in on the sexual assaults and sexually assaulted the victim on her own.Both parents photographed themselves sexually assaulting the girl and then text messaged each other the photographs. The couple also exchanged text messages that discussed what they would do next to her.

The alleged sexual assaults continued until October of 2011. A witness who knows the family corroborated the victim’s statements and told police that Kevin had inappropriately touched her too.

Kevin Carothers was booked into the Denver Detention Center and charged with sexual assault on a child by a person in a position of trust and aggravated incest. His bond has been set at $100,000.

Theresa Carothers was booked into the Jefferson County Jail and will face similar charges. Bond has not yet been set in her case.

Darkness to Light Presentation Today…

April is child abuse awareness month in America, and today at work we had a special presentation about Darkness to Light. Darkness to Light is an organization which helps advocate for child sexual abuse victims and their families.

It’s also a prevention and response program for adults. The women from the organization explained how we as adults can help to prevent the sexual abuse of children in our communities. I learned so much from the presentation, that I wanted to share a few things, mainly about prevention:

There are More than 4 Steps to Protect Children from Sexual Abuse…

Step 1: Learn the Facts and Understand the Risks

Realities, Not Trust, Should Influence Your Decisions Regarding Children

“We live in a beautiful, safe neighborhood. None of these children could be victims of sexual abuse, right?”

IT IS HIGHLY likely that you know a child who has been or is being abused.

  • Experts estimate that 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys are sexually abused before their 18th birthdays. This means that in any classroom or neighborhood full of children, there are children who are silently bearing the burden of sexual abuse.
  • 1 in 5 children are sexually solicited while on the Internet.
  • nearly 70% of all reported sexual assaults (including assaults on adults) occur to children ages 17 and under.
  • The median age for reported sexual abuse is 9 years old.
  • Approximately 20% of the victims of sexual abuse are under age eight.
  • 50% of all victims of forcible sodomy, sexual assault with an object, and forcible fondling are under age twelve.
  • Most child victims never report the abuse.
  • Sexually abused children who keep it a secret or who “tell” and are not believed are at greater risk than the general population for psychological, emotional, social, and physical problems, often lasting into adulthood. It is also likely that you know an abuser. The greatest risk to children doesn’t come from strangers but from friends and family.
  • 30-40% of children are abused by family members.
  • As many as 60% are abused by people the family trusts- abusers frequently try to form a trusting relationship with parents.
  • Nearly 40% are abused by older or larger children.
  • People who abuse children look and act just like every one else. In fact, they often go out of their way to appear trustworthy to gain access to children.
  • Those who sexually abuse children are drawn to settings where they can gain easy access to children, such as sports leagues, faith centers, clubs, and schools. 

CONSEQUENCES to children and to our society begin immediately. Child sexual abuse is a direct source of a number of problems facing us.

  • 70-80% of sexual abuse survivors report excessive drug and alcohol use.
  • One study showed that among male survivors, 50% have suicidal thoughts and more than 20% attempt suicide.
  • Young girls who are sexually abused are more likely to develop eating disorders as adolescents.
  • More than 60% of teen first pregnancies are preceded by experiences of molestation, rape or attempted rape. The average age of the offenders is 27 years old.
  • Approximately 40% of sex offenders report sexual abuse as children.
  • Both males and females who have been sexually abused are more likely to engage in prostitution.
  • Approximately 70% of sexual offenders of children have between 1 and 9 victims; 20-25% have 10 to 40 victims.
  • Serial child molesters may have as many as 400 victims in their lifetimes.

Source: Darkness To Light To see more and learn all the steps for prevention please visit the website.

Mom, Dad Sell Kids for Sex…

Berea, Ky-Two parents in Central Ky are now behind bars and police say they were a lledgedly selling their own 2 middle school-aged daughters for sexual favors.

Kathy and Anthony Hart, police say, offered up their 13, and 14 year olds  to older men for sexual purposes and in exchange, they got money, food, and clothing.

 The mother is said to have approached men in a local Walmart, asking if they wanted to “spend some time with”  her 2 daughters. The  father would also encourage the girls go off with these men, in order to get what he and his wife should have been providing for the kids themselves.

This is not this couple’s first trip on the sell-your-kid-rodeo, oh no. Back in 2002, the police caught Anthony Hart as he tried to sell his then 3-month -baby in a store parking lot for $3000. He was arrested,convicted and did a pitiful 2 years. Mom played the crazy/mental card in court and got off scott free back then. So who is the idiot  judge that  back the kids?  Does forced sterilization still seem like a terrible idea now? I didn’t think so.

Shout out to the state of Kentucky, You’re doing an awesome job keeping the children UNsafe at home! Wake Up!


Richmond Register


How YOU Can Help Abused Children

 As April is Child Abuse Awareness Month, you can potentially save a child’s life. If you suspect that a child is being abused or neglected, you should call your local Child Protective Services (CPS) agency or the CPS agency in the State in which the abuse occurred. As you identify the appropriate agency for making a report, remember the following:

Not every State has a toll free hotline, or the hotline may not operate on a 24 hour basis.

If a toll free (800 or 888) number is available, it may be accessible only from within that State.

Federal agencies have no authority to intervene in individual child abuse and neglect cases. Each State has jurisdiction over these matters, and has specific laws and procedures for reporting and investigating. In some States, all citizens are mandated reporters by State law and must report any suspicion of child abuse or neglect.

Listed below are the toll free numbers for the States that have them available. If a number is not listed, or if you need to report suspected abuse in a State other than your own, please call:

Childhelp USA National Child Abuse Hotline
TDD: 1-800-2-A-CHILD
Childhelp USA is a non-profit agency which can provide reporting numbers, and has Hotline counselors who can provide referrals.

State Hotlines
Alaska (AK)
(800) 478-4444

Arizona (AZ)

Arkansas (AR)
(800) 482-5964

Connecticut (CT)
(800) 842-2288
(800) 624-5518 (TDD/Hearing Impaired)

Delaware (DE)
(800) 292-9582

Florida (FL)
(800) 96-ABUSE

Illinois (IL)
(800) 252-2873

Indiana (IN)
(800) 800-5556

Iowa (IA)
(800) 362-2178

Kansas (KS)
(800) 922-5330

Kentucky (KY)
(800) 752-6200

Maine (ME)
(800) 452-1999

Maryland (MD)
(800) 332-6347

Massachusetts (MA)
(800) 792-5200

Michigan (MI)
(800) 942-4357

Mississippi (MS)
(800) 222-8000

Missouri (MO)
(800) 392-3738

Montana (MT)
(800) 332-6100

Nebraska (NE)
(800) 652-1999

Nevada (NV)
(800) 992-5757

New Hampshire (NH)
(800) 894-5533

New Jersey (NJ)
(800) 792-8610
(800) 835-5510 (TDD/Hearing Impaired)

New Mexico (NM)
(800) 797-3260

New York (NY)
(800) 342-3720

North Dakota (ND)
(800) 245-3736

Oklahoma (OK)
(800) 522-3511

Oregon (OR)
(800) 854-3508

Pennsylvania (PA)
(800) 932-0313

Rhode Island (RI)
(800) RI-CHILD

Texas (TX)
(800) 252-5400

Utah (UT)
(800) 678-9399

Virginia (VA)
(800) 552-7096

Washington (WA)
(800) 562-5624

West Virginia (WV)
(800) 352-6513

Wyoming (WY)
(800) 457-3659