A Missouri woman was charged with child abuse Tuesday after allegedly allowing several men to rape her 2-year-old daughter while she watched.
Court documents say on June 29, Kansas City police were called to a metro hospital in regard to a reported rape. While there, Independence police handed the officers a recording made by Watson's boyfriend, in which she admitted to watching the child get raped several times by two men, according to court documents.
She is said to admit that the child was assaulted five times, and that she took the little girl to the home a total of ten times, Fox 4 reported.
Independence Police were given a recording made by a 25-year-old Azzie Watson's boyfriend.
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Detectives told Watson her daughter tested positive for a sexually transmitted disease and also for meth in her system.
The foster parent who took in Watson's children saw something else she'd never seen before, she told police. Green was charged two counts of endangering the welfare of a child for possessing methamphetamine in the presence of children, the Star reported.
So far, no additional suspects have been arrested in connection to the child's rape. She was free on bond and did not appear in court for her preliminary hearing in December, adding a contempt of court charge and warrant for her arrest. She called herself "a coward". Medical records also said there were foreign metallic objects found in both children's feet. She also said she was embarrassed about going back and she knew it "was bad and so wrong", according to police. She did admit to the meth use, police said. Despite their fear, she said, neither of the children ever asked for their mother.