Independence mother accused of allowing rape of two-year-old daughter

Independence mother accused of allowing rape of two-year-old daughter

A mother in Missouri allegedly allowed her 2-year-old daughter to be raped by two men while she watched, according to police.

According to court documents, Green is the boyfriend of 25-year-old Azzie Watson, who was also recently charged with three counts of child abuse and one count of child endangerment.

Azzie Watson, 25, denied knowing how her daughter contracted the infection after police were called to the hospital over the toddler's alleged rape last month.

In the recording, she said she watched two men rape her daughter, and that she returned to the house at least 10 times. In the recording, Watson allegedly said her daughter was raped about five times, the station reported. She says on the recording that she watched. Watson said she was involved in sexual activity with the men and saw that her daughter was being sexually assaulted.

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During police questioning, Watson said she made the story up because she was afraid of her boyfriend and he "wasn't believing the truth". Both of the children had scarred feet, embedded with sharp metal objects, which Watson said may have happened from walking around without shoes in the motorcycle shop. The 43-year-old also told police he and Watson frequently used meth around the children. On June 29, she was arrested for failing to appear in court on felony drug distribution charges, and her children were put into protective custody.

She said her children called Green "Daddy". Green and Watson lived together in Independence with Watson's two children. She said she was a coward for not doing anything. She told police she lied on the tape.

Police interviewed one of the foster parents who took in Watson's two children.

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