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Another Kerala woman arrested for bid to throw away daughter to men

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Kerala woman arrested for trying to let lover abuse her daughter

Vellarada, Thiruvananthapuram: A woman has been arrested after her daughter filed a police complaint against her bid to force the girl to have sex with mother's lovers. The girl, a student of class 9, fled her house at night and complained to the police when one of the men chased her repeatedly.

The girl had reached her elder sister's house after leaving home. Meanwhile, the mother, who was not aware of that, lodged a complaint with the police that the girl had gone missing. The shocking revelations emerged after the girl complained to the police.

The teen told the police that the mother of seven used to bring her lovers home. The girl was produced before a magistrate, to whom she explained everything. She was sent off with her sister after recording her statement.

The woman had fled the rented accommodation after she came to know of the daughter's statement to the police, but she was caught after a chase. She claimed she was an aide to a lawyer at the Neyyattinkara court. The police have identified the lover as a native of Ooroottukala, who is running a charitable organisation in Neyyattinkara. The cops are on the lookout for him.

The police said the accused woman was in the habit of frequently shifting homes. She once trapped one of her lovers in a child abuse case after she had a fight with him. The woman had reportedly forced her daughter to complain against the man.

Recently, another woman was arrested for allowing the abuse of her daughter by a man at a cinema theatre at Malappuram.

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