Girl, 11, gave start to child allegedly fathered by brother


An 11-year-old woman who was allegedly raped by her brother gave start at home, and now he and their dad and mom are dealing with legal fees.

The woman gave start to a boy in a bath in St. Charles, Missouri, in keeping with a possible trigger assertion.

Her organic brother, who’s 17, was charged final week with incest, statutory rape and statutory sodomy of an individual youthful than 12, whereas her dad and mom had been charged with little one endangerment. Police say the woman’s dad and mom didn’t present medical care to their daughter after she gave start.

NBC News just isn’t naming the woman’s dad and mom or brother as a result of it might establish the sufferer.

Police began investigating on Feb. 11 after the woman’s dad and mom introduced a child boy to a hospital. The child nonetheless had the umbilical wire and placenta hooked up and a physique temperature of 90 levels, in keeping with a possible trigger assertion.

The woman’s father initially claimed the infant was his and had been dropped off on their porch by an ex-girlfriend.

He later informed investigators his daughter had given start to the boy and that his son was the daddy, a possible trigger assertion states. The woman’s dad and mom claimed they weren’t conscious she was pregnant or that she was allegedly being sexually assaulted by her brother, in keeping with the assertion.

During questioning, the brother informed police he had intercourse together with his sister about 100 occasions however didn’t know she was pregnant, in keeping with a possible trigger assertion. He additionally mentioned he didn’t understand how lengthy it had been occurring for, the assertion mentioned.

All three suspects are being held by the St. Charles County Department of Corrections, a jail official informed NBC News Friday. Bail was set at $10,000 for the girl, $100,000 money just for the person and $300,000 money just for the teenager, in keeping with courtroom information.

No attorneys are listed for them in on-line courtroom information.

The child, who was born untimely, stays hospitalized, and the woman is within the care of family members, St. Charles police Lt. Tom Wilkison informed NBC News.