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A campaigner and survivor of the Rotherham child exploitation scandal has called for a law change amid claims that the father of her child, who raped her as a teenager, was invited by a council to play a role in her son's life.
Arshid Hussain, who was jailed for 35 years in after being convicted of lady want sex Rotherham child sex offences, was told by Rotherham Council that he could seek visits horny Women for Sex in Brownsville the child, The Times claims. The newspaper said that Hussain, the boy's father, was listed as a "respondent" in a Family Court case involving the boy, and was therefore contacted by the local authority, who promised to keep him informed of all future proceedings.
During a hearing last year the boy's mother was told tamil girls in the lady want sex Rotherham sex offender would be allowed to attend court and make legal representations. The story had initially been anonymised, but Sammy Woodhouse, a victim of the Rotherham child sex exploitation scandal, revealed on Twitter on Tuesday afternoon that waht child involved is her son.
I n a video which has been viewed overtimes, she said: M iss Woodhouse said Hussain had been proved to be "a danger to myself and to other children". Miss Woodhouse was one of the key witnesses in South Yorkshire Police's Operation Clover investigation which led to a number of Rotherham men being given lengthy jail sentences inincluding Arshid Lady want sex Rotherham eant his three brothers.
She subsequently waived her anonymity and now speaks widely about child sexual exploitation and has written a book about her experiences. The campaigner lady want sex Rotherham on Tuesday that she and Louise Haigh, MP for Sheffield Heeley, are calling on the Government to change the Rothehram Act to "ensure rapists can't gain access to children conceived through rape and abuse".
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