Parents Decided To Sexually Abuse Their Children Before They Were Even Born

A mother plead guilty and a father was found guilty of planning their child’s sexual abuse before they were even born. Sarah Adleta, 29, plead guilty to two charges of sexual exploitation of a minor and faces 15 to 30 years in federal prison. Her ex-husband Jonathan was found guilty on Thursday of two child-sex charges and faces 10 years to life in prison.
Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/950967/parents-planned-sexual-abuse-of-children/#e05t6eyXbVKlmAQK.99

Photos never reveal what a person is capable of…

“A mother plead guilty and a father was found guilty of planning their child’s sexual abuse before they were even born.

Sarah Adleta, 29, plead guilty to two charges of sexual exploitation of a minor and faces 15 to 30 years in federal prison. Her ex-husband Jonathan was found guilty on Thursday of two child-sex charges and faces 10 years to life in prison.

According to the Orlando Sentinal:

“Jonathan Adleta, a former Marine officer, dreamed of the day he could have “daddy-daughter sex.” After Sarah Adleta became pregnant with a daughter, he said he would marry her only if she agreed to let him carry out that desire. When the couple had a son, Sarah Adleta was told to have sexual encounters with him.”

The disturbing abuse the toddlers suffered at the hands of their parents continued even after the couple divorced. Witnesses to their crimes testified in gruesome detail the abuse the children faced on a daily basis.

Before his arrest Jonathan Adleta was a commissions officer in the US Marines. Adleta served in the Marines from 2008 through 2012 and earned his way to become an assistant training officer.

According to reports after Adleta became injured during a tour in Afghanistan and won the Purple Heart the couple divorced and Sarah moved away to Orlando. Adleta convinced his ex-wife to allow him to abuse his daughter via Skype. The abuse continued even though Jonathan was thousands of miles away.

Sarah eventually sent nude photos of herself and her children to a man in North Carolina. The FBI was quickly notified of the child pornography and arrested the couple.

Speaking to WKMG a neighbor revealed that Sarah offered to babysit her kids but she felt someone was not right. Cheny Mills tells the station, “I feel so good I went with my gut and never let her watch my kids.”

– According to the FBI, 28-year-old Sarah Adleta recorded herself sexually abusing children and then sent the images to a suspected pedophile in North Carolina.

According to a criminal complaint, the FBI became aware of Adleta after they found she’d sent images of herself and multiple children to Aaron Dixon, a North Carolina man who’d been recently charged with having sex with a child.

When agents met with Adleta, she admitted that about a year ago, she began sending Dixon nude photos of her and a child. This lead to her performing sex acts on multiple children while streaming the vile acts live on Skype so Dixon could watch her do it.

She also sent Dixon images of her performing sex acts with the children via email and her cell pone. Adleta, who was taking several classes at UCF, was arrested on child pornography charges and is being held without bail in Polk County jail pending a bond hearing.”

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20 Responses to Parents Decided To Sexually Abuse Their Children Before They Were Even Born

  1. Little Nel says:

    In Billings, Montana it is OK for a teacher to rape a 14 year-old student. But if the victim commits suicide because of the rape, then maybe we need to examine/question the impact of the crime to “ensure that justice is served?”

    Mothers, get your daughters out of public schools in Billings, Montana! They care more about sex offenders than they do about your daughters’ safety and well being.

    The teacher/offender, on the government payroll survived the rapes, but the child/victim who was required by law to attend school died. Is this acceptable?

    • Hallie says:

      I agree with you or what you have said.
      They are saying in Billings that it was okay to rape a 14 yr old but when she died… then and only then did they begin to look into this case! I am so angry with this judge and how the judicial system and the school system has failed this young girl Cherice.

      • Alethea says:

        Hallie, it would be empowering for you and for victims of sexual abuse and rape to write a letter to the judge in this case. Express yourself. It helps you, your inner child, other children, and might even get a change to take place in the judicial system and school system (if you wrote them too).

        • Hallie says:

          Thanks Alethea,
          I was able to sign a petition to Remove Judge G. Todd Baugh from the bench. I also contacted the Billings School Board Superintendent to express how I feel about the school system failing to protect Cherice as well as other students.
          I did feel fear that I might be harmed or hurt, but I went ahead and took action. I am sure it was my inner child. I feel stronger for having resisted the fear I felt. Funny thing, after I sent my email to the superintendent and signed the petition to remove the judge, my fear subsided or went away completely. Maybe it was fear of “doing the right thing”! Thanks for your suggestion.

          • Alethea says:

            Hallie, this is the BEST comment I have read in a long time. I LOVE it when people push past their fears to voice themselves, to try and stop injustice, and to tell those who do wrong that they should not get away with it.

            Thank you for being awesome.

            • Hallie says:

              Smiling……Thank you Alethea, for taking out so much time, to help others speak out against the injustice of sexual abuse. I am sending a handwritten letter to the superintendent too. I feel that writing this letter really helps me to overcome fear and speak out against injustice. Many thanks for helping me to become a passionate advocate of “child sexual abuse prevention!”

              • Alethea says:

                With every letter, phone call, and email…we strengthen our inner child, and our soul.

                🙂

                God Bless you.

  2. Little Nel says:

    “Sarah Adleta was told to have sexual encounters with him.”
    What kind of BS is this?

    How does an adult have “sexual encounters” with a baby?
    The term sexual encounters implies a consensual act. She could only sexually abuse and/or physically abuse her baby because her baby had NO CHOICE.

    She was the abuser who did this to keep her soldier husband entertained, then agreed to participate in the abuse of her unborn daughter. Is this woman mentally challenged or just plain evil?

    This couple from hell need to be neutered and jailed because they coldly ignored the well being of their babies. This is deplorable.

    • Alethea says:

      I think the writers of these news stories just write too quickly and don’t think of the implications of some of their words, or the consequences.

      “Is this woman mentally challenged or just plain evil?”

      I think she is just plain evil. Our human denial system tries to explain away evil by thinking the person must be mentally handicapped, when this is rarely the case.

      • Sam says:

        I think she is just plain evil. Our human denial system tries to explain away evil by thinking the person must be mentally handicapped, when this is rarely the case.

        ++++++I am reminded of the insanity defense. When a person has clearly committed a crime, there are some ways to avoid guilty verdicts, like by being declared not guilty by reason of insanity. This plea admits to the actions committed, but states the client could not judge or avoid the actions due to a mental condition.
        ====I dare to say that this mom could help herself to not commit this crime against her children and she could distinguish between right and wrong. Therefore, I am saddened that this mom did not use her brain to judge and avoid the actions of sexually abusing her own children….after this “detestable man” suggested it to her! What she did can only be labeled as purely evil !!!

        • Alethea says:

          Sam, what is not spoken of, is the fact that MANY women are sexually stimulated by such things, and enjoy it. She either does it to please her man, or is also sexually turned on by it.

          This is a fact, an ugly fact that needs to be told.

          ~A

      • Sam says:

        I checked out your photos! Thanks for the break from child abuse issues. 🙂
        Great pictures! You must have one great camera… Have a great day!

        • Alethea says:

          Hi Sam. Thank you so much. I don’t have such a great camera, but I do have an incredible canvas to photograph. I am pretty fortunate to live where I do 🙂

    • Hallie says:

      Rapist teacher to be released after 30 days in prison

      Montana teacher Stacey Rambold had sex with 14-year-old Cherice Moralez in 2007, but the creepy educator will be free to return to Billings after a month behind bars. Judge G. Todd Baugh claimed at sentencing the teen was ‘older than her chronological age.’ The girl committed suicide in 2010…
      Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/rapist-teacher-released-30-days-prison-article-1.1468022#ixzz2g19Qfu4z

      >This story is so sad. These perps always manage to get away with doing harm to others. She was a beautiful girl.

      • Hallie says:

        The teacher Stacey Rambold is 54 years old. I just noticed that the article said he had sex with 14 year old Cherice Moralez. People love to call rape sex and it is definitely not sex when it is against someone’s will or forced.

        • Hallie says:

          Montana District Judge G. Todd Baugh reads a statement apologizing for remarks he made about a 14-year-old girl raped by a teacher in Billings, Mont.A Montana judge who ordered 30 days in jail for a rapist teacher wants to reconsider the sentence.

          District Judge G. Todd Baugh drew wide-ranging protests in late August after he claimed a teenage girl was “older than her chronological age” and “as much in control of the situation” as her creepy teacher.Prosecutors are appealing the “illegal” sentence, arguing Baugh bypassed mandatory minimums when he let the 54-year-old Rambold off easy.Attorney General Tim Fox said in a release. “Using the means provided by state law, we are appealing his sentence and working diligently to ensure that justice is served.”
          Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/late-victim-blaming-admits-rape-sentence-mistake-article-1.1446531#ixzz2g1DWJ1i0

          • Hallie says:

            >>>I am saddened to hear that Cherice was shunned and bullied by her classmates after she was raped.

            Exclusive: Cherry was raped by her teacher at 14 and shunned for reporting it. Then she shot herself dead in her mother’s bed. Now her mom reveals her ‘living hell’ and fury that attacker got just 30 days jail
            Cherice Moralez, 14 at the time, was shunned and bullied by classmates after charges were brought against her Montana teacher Stacey Rambold, 48
            Mother says friends ‘gave her dark looks and walked on other side of school corridor’

            Cherice was found by her horrified mother in her bed after shooting herself dead when it became too much to bear.School had issued Rambold with a warning over inappropriate behavior four years before he raped Cherice but left him in charge of minors
            Rambold admitted to raping the vulnerable teenager on several occasions in 2007 in his marital home, car and office
            Judge gave Rambold just 30 days in jail instead of maximum of life because ‘he’d suffered enough’ and claimed Cherryor Cherice was ‘in control’
            Mother hit back saying: ‘He is the highest authority of law and he pretty much just said it’s okay’,She said: ‘They say religion is for people who’re afraid to go to hell and spirituality is for people who’ve already been there.
            ‘Well that’s where Cherry was. She was in hell. She was beautiful and he took away everything beautiful.’
            The ordeal and the legal process that began with Rambold’s arrest in 2008, was too much for Cherry – as her family knew her – to bear.Outrage: Cherry’s mother now believe she was left open to a sexual predator who was already on the school district’s radar, having received a warning four years before the rapes
            Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2405280/Cherice-Moralez-case-Family-speak-living-hell-rape-Stacey-Rambold.html#ixzz2g1FTcelx
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            • Hallie says:

              +++++++++++As usual, nothing will be done to change the sentence of the man who raped Cherice. Activists who pushed for Baugh to resign or be removed from the bench said Friday those efforts would continue. “Judge G. Todd Baugh took no responsibility, no ownership. He blamed the state, blamed the prosecutor,” said Marian Bradley, president of the Montana National Organization for Women. She said his earlier comments “tell women it’s not OK to step forward, because even if you do, you could be knocked down by a judge.”Baugh told The Associated Press he had “tried to do the right thing.” This Judge has not tried to do the right thing. He has only attempted to blame others and skip responsibility to save his own ass. He is a coward and a whimp, just like the man who raped Cherice Moralez is a coward. He is suppose to spend 2 years in prison for a rape he knows he committed and he is too much of a coward to man-up and do that! Don’t do the crime, if you don’t want to pay the time, Jerk/Child Rapist!!!

              Judge G. Todd Baugh CAN’T Change Sentence For Stacey Rambold, Montana Rapist: High Court
              By MATTHEW BROWN 09/07/13 04:35 AM ET EDT
              BILLINGS, Mont. — A Montana judge lacks the authority to impose a new sentence on a man sent to prison for a month for raping a 14-year-old girl, who later committed suicide, the state’s high court has ruled.

              Friday’s decision came as the judge sought to change the former teacher’s sentence after his original ruling, in which he said the student was “older than her chronological age,” drew widespread criticism.

              An appeal of the case already was pending from prosecutors who contend that former Billings teacher Stacey Rambold, 54, should serve two years, at a minimum. But Judge G. Todd Baugh sought to undo the 30-day sentence on his own after his remarks triggered a public backlash and calls for his resignation.

              Rambold’s victim, Cherice Moralez, committed suicide in 2010 while the case was pending. Baugh commented at Rambold’s Aug. 26 sentencing that she was “as much in control of the situation as was the defendant.”

              The state Supreme Court intervention came in response to an emergency petition from the Attorney General’s Office to stop Baugh’s plans for a Friday afternoon resentencing. The state had warned that Baugh’s plans could throw the case into disarray and “cause gross injustice to an orderly appeal.”

              Less than an hour before the hearing was to begin, the high court ordered Baugh to cancel it and enter a written sentence for Rambold so the appeal process could proceed.

              Court records show Baugh submitted two signed judgments on Friday: One calling for a two-year prison term for Rambold – with a note at the bottom saying it was withdrawn given the Supreme Court order – and a second that matched his original oral pronouncement for a 30 day term.

              Appearing in his courtroom about the time the hearing was scheduled to begin, Baugh told a group of reporters that he stuck with his original, oral judgment in order to comply with the court order.

              The judge also seemed to affix some degree of blame for the original sentence on prosecutors, because they did not immediately raise objections to his actions at the Aug. 26 hearing.

              Yellowstone County Attorney Scott Twito said in response that his office had sought 20 years in prison for Rambold with 10 years suspended, and it was up to the judge to make a final determination that day.

              Rambold will continue to serve out the original sentence while the appeal is pending, Twito said. That means he will be released from prison late next month but remain under probation and have to register as a sex offender.

              Activists who pushed for Baugh to resign or be removed from the bench said Friday those efforts would continue.

              “He took no responsibility, no ownership. He blamed the state, blamed the prosecutor,” said Marian Bradley, president of the Montana National Organization for Women. She said his earlier comments “tell women it’s not OK to step forward, because even if you do, you could be knocked down by a judge.”

              Moralez’s mother, Auliea Hanlon, said through her attorney that she was pleased the appeal can now move forward.

              Baugh told The Associated Press he had “tried to do the right thing.”

              “I’ve said what I can say. Those people that disagree with it are always going to disagree with it,” he said.

              University of Montana School of Law professor Jeffrey Renz said the state had law on its side in arguing Baugh’s attempt to unilaterally change Rambold’s sentence violated proper procedures. But as a practical matter, Rambold likely will return to Baugh’s courtroom one way or another, since the state Supreme Court would remand the case back to the judge to fix any sentencing problems, Renz said.

              The sentence handed down Aug. 26 had been suggested by Rambold’s attorney, Jay Lansing.

              Lansing said in a court brief filed this week that a new sentence from Baugh would have created “confusion and uncertainty for all parties.” He said the original sentence – 15 years with all but 31 days suspended and a one-day credit for time served – was allowed under state law.

              Prosecutors didn’t challenge the 30-day sentence as illegal until the days after the Aug. 26 hearing, when they discovered the mandatory minimum term for sexual intercourse without consent was two years.

              Baugh on Friday repeated his assertion that giving Rambold the minimum mandatory sentence was appropriate due to the circumstances of the case. He described the former teacher with no prior record as a low risk to re-offend after spending more than two years in a sex-offender treatment program.

              The defendant entered that program in 2010, after Moralez’s suicide left prosecutors without their main witness in the case shortly before it was scheduled to go to trial.

              That led to a deferred prosecution deal that allowed Rambold to avoid trial until he violated the terms of the agreement last year, for not reporting that he was in a sexual relationship with a woman and for unauthorized visits with family members’ children.

              Court documents show there were complaints about Rambold’s conduct with female students as early as 2004. Three years before his relationship with Moralez, prosecutors say, “he was warned to stay away from young girls in his class.”

              No charges were filed, and Lansing has said his client would challenge those accusations.http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/07/judge-g-todd-baugh-sentence-stacey-rambold_n_3885563.html

              • Little Nel says:

                “He was warned to stay away from young girls in his class.”

                I guess this teacher and judge determined that young girls who seemed “older” than their chronological age of 14 were exempt from this warning, so it was a OK to rape this student. It was a “judgement call” on the part of the rapist.

                What a line of crap!

  3. melissa lee says:

    Sick…. so happy that they got caught… Melissa Lee

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