In the video, a South African police officer, who appears to be the boy’s mother, who appears to be around 12 years old, apparently forced her to stay with him. At the beginning of the video, the woman filming herself is heard saying, “Wait, wait.
Then the perfect woman [email protected] keeps saying, “Rise with me, rise with me!”
While taking pictures, the young man can be seen trying to find a way to do what his mother thinks she wants him to do, he said: “Mum, I don’t know how to make it .”
The woman opened her thighs for the boy to enter and said: Do it. The boy touched the woman and looked at the camera. It is alleged that the mother is a police officer in Limpopo. Police Investigations Directorate (Ipid) spokesperson Lizzy Suping said:
“This is a matter of concern, Ipid has asked its investigators to follow up on this matter so that we can open our own investigation. Limpopo police spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo said the woman appeared in the Marble Hall Magistrates Court on Monday January 23 and the case was adjourned until next Tuesday January 30 for the filing of a bond with the government. He said the woman was charged with rape, child prostitution and the production and distribution of child pornography. “The woman’s identity cannot be revealed to protect the child,” he said.
VIDEO, Limpopo based SA police woman films
Mojapelo said the child is in a safe place. He said that the police warned that all those who commit crimes against children will be dealt with. /full-link-video-…aving-with-son12/ #Notinmyname Secretary General Themba Masango said: “We are very saddened by what happened, a woman who should be the mother of this child went to abuse a man.
“We are calling on law enforcement to solve this case as quickly and as forcefully as possible. He should be charged and sentenced accordingly.
Masango said they hope the child will receive the necessary care and psychological help.
Child psychologist Lerato Mokgethi said: “He’s very worried. The level of child abuse in our country is alarming. There is a tendency to believe that men will not beually abused, which is not true. Men and boys are also bullied, making them afraid to tell such stories.
“Children of all ages are vulnerable to abuse. As a society, let’s discuss and open such things that happened. If parents see signs that their child has changed, they should make an effort to talk about what is happening.