Married-father-of-three is JAILED after sexually abusing young girl while his wife was at church

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A father-of-three who gave Vodka Cruiser drinks to two pre-teen girls and sexually abused one of them while his wife was at church has been jailed for six years.

‘Pop rocks are for blow jobs’

The Northern Territory Supreme Court in Darwin heard the 31-year-old father-of-three, who cannot be named for legal reasons, told the girls that ‘pop rocks are for blow jobs’.

The man pleaded guilty to procuring a child to perform an indecent act, two counts of performing an act of gross indecency upon a child without consent, and sexual intercourse with a child aged under 16.

The girls, who were both 11, were living with the family and the man regularly took them out in his car late at night after his wife and children went to bed.

Sex talk with the girls

He sometimes talked to the girls about sex, which Justice John Burns said was a ‘process of normalising sexual issues with them,’ the NT News reported.

The man had sometimes gone into the bathroom when the girls were showering together and once joked about putting a camera in there.

When one of the girls moved to another part of Australia, the man regularly slept in the same bedroom and bed as the other girl, or in the lounge room with her.

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He twice took the girl to stay at the Rydges Hotel in Palmerston and she was woken by him touching her vagina.

The court heard that he told the girl that she would eventually have sexual activity with boys and that she should do those things with him first.

On one occasion, the man knelt between the legs of the girl, who was then aged 13, and rubbed his penis on her vagina.

The girl was scared and initially said nothing, but eventually pushed the man and told him to stop.

He told the victim that if he had wanted to hurt her he would not have stopped when she asked him to.

The judge said while the man’s troubled childhood reduced his moral culpability, he knew that what he did was wrong.

‘Each offence was premeditated and involved a degree of planning … and each of the offences involved an egregious breach of trust,’ Justice Burns said.

The abuse has caused the girls to suffer from ‘ongoing devastating effects’, their victim impact statements said.

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