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Girls locked in bedroom every night so their mother can sleep with pedophile

By Mason White 12:08 PM April 20, 2015
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By: Chan Yuan
A woman in England, was given permission to live with her pedophile husband dispite having 2 young daughters.

In order to protect her children from being sexually abused during the night, the mother locks her two young daughters inside their bedroom.

The room is wired with an alarm system so that if the door is opened during the night, the mother would wake up.

The woman of Devon, said that she shares the bed with her husband, who is a convicted child molester.

Social services have approved the plan, even though the man was previously jailed for sexually assaulting a girl under 13 years old.

This decision comes just months after the husband was described as a “permanent risk” to the girls, who are both under the age of 13.

The plan was approved by officials after the mother said that her husband, who is not the children’s father, has to go over her bedside if he wants to leave.

Officials also added that they were happy with the arrangement of the girls having a baby monitor in their bedroom so they can call their mother if they need to be let out to use the bathroom.

The grandmother of the girl has spoken of her concern and fears for the safety of her granddaughters.

“It feels as if my granddaughters are isolated and at risk. Social services do not seem to want to listen to my concerns,” the grandmother said.

“It’s heartbreaking, but I have to keep fighting for the sake of the girls,” she added.

The mother was separated from the girls’ father, who has now moved to a new part of the country.

She then began a relationship with the pedophile, who is prohibited from having unsupervised contact with children under 16 years.

The mother filed an application to become an “authorized person,” meaning she can supervise contact between her partner and her children.

The couple is married, but the man was not allowed to spend the night in the house until now.

With the recently implemented measures, he was granted permission to live with his wife and her daughters.

Police are also monitoring the situation closely and conduct regular visits at the family’s home.