The UK`s Youngest Mother Update: Yikes

Submitted by: lottiebubble 7 years ago in
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1284127/Revealed-The-tragic-truth-Britains-youngest-mother-rape-father-child-really-is.html

The whole backstory to the previous link about the UK"s youngest mum link. This one was a wild child, friends.
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Female 5,222
sad story :(
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Male 1,360
she wants to join the army hmmm,
that`s why there are so many screwed up people.
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Male 5,626
"i can`t believe that there are comments judging her about blaming that other boy."

The two worst possible things I can think of to do to a teenager are
-kill them slowly.
-send them to real prison.
Maybe you need to spend some time in prison in order to understand what kind of a crime it was to send him to the clink by bringing up his name. Instead of her being punished for taking a chunk of Jason`s life, she get`s placed in a wealthier, more comfortable environment yet, continues to smoke and drink.

Did her brother take her to the party or did she go alone? If Jason really believed she was 14, why would he?

She knew exactly what she was doing and why.
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Male 5,626
"...and being raped by her brother she would have some sense and not date a guy 10 years older than her..."
You weren`t paying attention.

She is admitting that her mother new about both drugs and alcohol. If that is true then, it`s only because there was evidence of her using yet, she said her mother did not care.
"She told me to go to bed, that I was drunk."
This seems to indicated that her mother was operating as if Tressa was known to drink voluntarily.

"Sometimes he bribed me..." This does not constitute a statement associated with unwanted sex as much as it does an exchange.

"...Tressa is now in a new relationship with a 24-year-old called Darren, who `is the first man to treat me nicely`..."
because she has a taste for older guys which probably has to do with her liking her elder brother and makes her feel older and stronger.

This person was not forced. She likes what she likes.
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Female 84
I wish her luck in her life, she`s already had too much sadness.
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Female 257
She was a CHILD, i can`t believe that there are comments judging her about blaming that other boy.
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Female 56
If I`m not mistaken, the first story posted about this saw a few people complaining of how this would be a more commonplace occurrence if kids were taught about sex in school.

Seems to me that now the whole story is out we see that had this little girl been properly educated about sex she would have actually known that what her brother was doing was wrong and could have come forward about it.
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Female 654
do they not give some kind of sex ed in any form in other countries?
you would think that after all the crap she has gone through, and being raped by her brother she would have some sense and not date a guy 10 years older than her...shes not old enough for that not to matter yet. retarded kids
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Male 87
Hard time believing, no tears shed. But don`t get me wrong, no judging and it`s her life, her choice to have to baby.

Good luck kid
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Male 17
this might sadly happen often... but still it is heart breaking...
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Female 160
Crap like this is a common occurrence in many areas of the world. They made it sound oh-so-tragic, but honestly, it`s a lot more of an everyday problem in troubled areas than it should be.
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Female 3,001
oh and Gerry101: ur a judgmental pr*ck.
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Female 3,001
omg i knew her, i used to see her round :/ i used to live in dumfries, how weird! this is such a sad story
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Male 639
"Maybe British journalism is different, but I always thought the number one rule of journalism is to not show bias/emotion in the article. This one is eaten up with it."

Daily Mail... nuff said.
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Male 12,365
[quote]Maybe British journalism is different, but I always thought the number one rule of journalism is to not show bias/emotion in the article. This one is eaten up with it.[/quote]

This isn`t journalism. It`s the Daily Mail. The purpose of the Daily Mail is to promote bias and belief that civilisation is collapsing (probably due to foreigners). Oh, and that everything causes cancer, because they want you to believe you`re going to die along with civilisation. It is the paper of panic.

I`m not joking about the cancer thing. According to the Daily Mail, all sorts of everyday things cause cancer. Light bulbs. Laughing. Facebook. The common cold. Chips (fries to USA people). Pringles. Soup. The list is endless. But it`s not all bad news - green tea and mistletoe cures cancer, don`t ya know?

The Daily Mail is both stupid and revolting.
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Male 12,138
[quote]Maybe British journalism is different, but I always thought the number one rule of journalism is to not show bias/emotion in the article. This one is eaten up with it.[/quote]
It`s the Daily Mail. It`s a tabloid rag.
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Female 222
Her baby is going to grow up and in about 8 years she`ll go online and try and find her mother out of curiosity and find this article. Ugh. So much for privacy laws...
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Female 2,289
eh I feel bad for the chick. I really do, but after it read "now in a relationship with a 24 year old man", I stopped reading.
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Female 470
Maybe British journalism is different, but I always thought the number one rule of journalism is to not show bias/emotion in the article. This one is eaten up with it.
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Male 266
I can`t barf any harder. Barf. On that 11 year old (now 16.) Not cause she was raped, but because she`s an idiot.
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Female 60
Poor girl. :(
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Male 418
if i was her, i can honestly say, i would have put a gun in my mouth after all that. No "attempted" bullpoo. flat...period
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Female 1,604
I feel bad for her, but that story was wayyyy to long
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Female 1,181
"wild child"? wow, iab, if that story is correct, you really sucked hairy a$$ with your witty description of the link.
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Male 756
id have to give her props for being able to live with that kind of thing _!!!!
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Male 49
I hate the Daily Mail. Sure it`s an interesting story and I feel very sorry for the kid but there`s something about anything by the Mail that has a horrible feeling of stupidity or fakeness around it.
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Female 2,220
What a tragic life that poor girl has lived. :(
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Male 2,688
Not to sound pedo or anything, but I have to say she looks quite good for what she`s been through. Usually such trauma wreaks hell on a person`s physical and mental well being. It appears she`s aged a bit faster. (In a few pics, she looks to be in her 20s, even though she`s only 16) But on the whole, she looks very good. Under the circumstances, I think it would be right for her to be able to see her child. But truth be told, I don`t believe anyone should lose that right unless they did something truly horrible. Its one thing to take the child away and adopt it out to parents that can care for it effectively, but to deprive the mom of seeing the child`s growth is absolute torture.
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Male 25,416
still wrong
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Male 679
@flashbomb7 West Lothian is in Scotland not England. but it`s GB anyway.

@Gerry brother`s been proven to be father by dna testing. That and age is abuse and rape. plus the other guy admitted to having sex with her but believing her to be an older age. Just looking at the facts she`s been raped and abused. whatever u think her motives for doing an article are *which she`s have no control over final version or what got put in or left out)
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Female 4,376
If the DNA proved it was her brother which I could`ve sworn I read than i`m inclined to believe her.
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Male 39,880
tainteddeity:

No, not everyone who cries rape is lieing. Most tell the truth.

But she told a very differant story for many ears and named some other guy who was arrested for statutory rape. She`s proven herself to be a lier. she can`t be believed no matter what she says now.
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Male 4,546
Whilst I agree with Angillion on the content of the Daily Mail, that is usually due to its choices of articles and its opinion pieces.

Not the facts within those articles.
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Female 1,682
Ugh. Some people should just never breed. (Talking about her mother) What kind of mother just lets this happen? Its so pathetic. I do feel quite bad for the girl. Her whole life is ruined.
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Female 249
Sad story.

At least it looks like she has some semblance of a normal life now, shes trying for a career and seems to be in some kind of a stable relationship. Doen`t erase the past, but maybe she can get back on the proverbial horse.

Really should be able to see her kid though. I rarely feel sympathy for stuff like this, but the whole chain of events was out of her control and she is making an effort. Therefore she deserves to atleast see the kid.
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Female 322
That poor girl. I hope the child isn`t deformed since it`s an incest baby.
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Female 2,927
no matter what your argument is, you cant deny, the whole situation is just sad.
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Male 7,378
Oh she`ll be a fine mother.
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Male 366
She looks like she`s in her 30`s in the second picture. It`s such a shame she had to have such terrible parents who let her brother become such a monster and have her teenage years effectively ruined by her resorting to drugs at her age.
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Female 895
Awesome.Healthy families have one or two kids, while drug addicts are bringing 6-10 tards into the world for the government to find homes for..no really..what a great world this`ll be when they are our main population.
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Male 848
And she didn`t say it was cool, either.
By your logic you could say that anybody who says they`ve been rape dis lying which is kind of pooty.
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Male 848
Gerry1of1:
The story mentions a DNA test. Whatever way you look at it, her brother is the father of the child.
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Male 15,510
Yougest mother in the world was 5 years old
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Male 193
i don`t think anyone here has the right to judge this girl. no matter which way you spin it she`s still a product of her upbringing, and it is ultimately our care system and, primarily, her mother, that has failed her. the care system in this country is a disgrace, and needs completely overhauling.

and before anyone says they shouldn`t NEED care to begin with, that`s irrelevamt. there will always be unfit parents - we just need to make sure we have some way of saving their children from a life of suffering.
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Male 1,287
what a waste of life her parents have wrought. Now their girl gets to start her journey into adulthood in a huge deficit. Their son is an incestuous sex offender. Thanks Mom! Dad!
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Male 3,431
Is this an effort to divert our attention from the oil spill?
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Male 12,365
Ah...so the story is not like the subtitle indicated.

I don`t read Daily Mail stories. It really is a horrible paper.
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Male 2,004
shes kinda hot
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Male 39,880
Nope. I don`t believe her.

I don`t think a rape victim would give interviews about how cool it was to drink, smoke, and have {the rapists} baby.

More likely she`s an attention addicted HO who got tired of being called a slut and now wants to get more attation as a poor rape victim.
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Male 5,314
tl;dr, but she`s an idiot.
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Male 53
wtf England, really, just wtf? Let`s just hope England doesn`t get as bad as Japan.
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Male 12,365
Mitchster:
There`s a sliding scale for minor status in the UK, from 10 (age of criminal responsibility) to 21.

The key dates within that range are 16 and 18. 18 is the age of majority. There are only a handful of things you need to be 21 for. 16 is a partial majority. Some of your decisions are allowed to carry full legal weight, including waiving a right to privacy and consenting to sex.

Under 16, there`s some degree of a sliding scale regarding consent to sex. Your consent doesn`t carry full legal weight, but it can carry partial legal weight in some circumstances. 14 is illegal, but not as illegal as, say, 12. So there`s scope for judicial discretion on sentencing. It also depends on the age of the other person - 16 and 14 would be treated differently to, say, 25 and 14.

Age(s) of majority in the UK is a bit of a messy thing, but it`s an attempt to match reality - maturity comes gradually over time, not all at once on a specific birthday.
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Female 1,515
I`d like to hope this isn`t true.
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Male 6,693
I dont know about this one.
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Female 12
Legally the age of consent in England and Wales is 16. (Not sure about Scotland or Northern Ireland).
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Male 544
Oh.... I think the legal differences are lost on a lot of Americans here, including myself. So in the UK: you can waive privacy rights at 16 and you can have sex/be considered not to be a minor at 14?
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Male 143
hot
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Male 12,365
Oh what a surprise, it`s a Daily Mail story.

The Daily Sport ("WW2 bomber found on the moon!" was its most famous headline) is a better newspaper than the Daily Mail.
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Female 8
Link: The UK`s Youngest Mother Update: Yikes [Rate Link] - The whole backstory to the previous link about the UK`s youngest mum link. This one was a wild child, friends.
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