German couple JAILED for raping son and selling him to paedophiles

Defendants Christian L. and Berrin T. arrive for their pronouncement of judgement on charges related to sexual abuse of a minor at the regional court in Freiburg

Defendants Christian L. and Berrin T. arrive for their pronouncement of judgement on charges related to sexual abuse of a minor at the regional court in Freiburg

She received a jail term of 12 and a half years, and the stepfather was sentenced to 12 years for the torment they put her son, aged nine at the time, through.

The man, whose name wasn't released for German privacy reasons, was sentenced to ten years in prison and fined €18,000 euros (£16,080).

The couple were found guilty of rape, sexual assault of children, forced prostitution and distribution of child pornography.

Photographers take pictures of the a man and a woman in the court in Freiburg, southern Germany, Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018 before they were sentenced to long-term prison sentence for for offering the 9-year-old son of the woman for raping by pedophiles.

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A German couple was tossed behind bars for 12 years Tuesday for selling custom-made online videos of them sexually abusing their son.

Lais, 39, had a previous conviction for child abuse, raising questions why he was allowed to live in a home with a child present.

The stepfather has a previous conviction for paedophilia.

Six others are accused of being part of the paedophile ring in which the boy was abused. The girl, who had mental health issues, had on several occasions been given to the 48-year-old woman by her mother to care for her.

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Police in the town of Baden-Württemberg reported they had arrested a number of suspects in September 2017, reported Deutsche Welle.

The court also ordered the couple to pay 42,500 euros (about $49,100) to the boy and a young girl who was also a victim, The Associated Press reported.

The mother was often near the scene of the abuse by other men "to exert a calming influence on her child", and in the case of one client participated herself, the court said.

Local authorities in Germany have been accused of failing to protect the boy, who now lives with a foster family.

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The judge, Stefan Bürgelin, said the child's mother started abusing her child after her partner, Christian L, threatened to leave her.

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