A mom warns other parents soon after discovering her baby daughter’s photographs in a Paedophile website.
Like many other parents, Amanda Morgan too shared the lovely pics of her baby girl on several social media platforms allowing her family and friends to stay up to date with her baby girl’s life.
But, accidentally she found some of her baby’s images on ‘cute baby pages’ on Instagram and Facebook. Amanda had dubbed the pages ‘innocent’ until the photos went into the hands of the wrong people.
Then, the 29-year-old young mom was alerted with a warning of her daughter’s images being shared on one of the most disgusting and illegal paedophile websites which other parents try hard to get banned.
There had been about 3 images of little two-year-old Callia on the particular site. According to Amanda, those images had been snapped when her baby was about 6 months old. Those images had been stolen from the public Instagram page of Amanda Morgan. Not only that but also the images had been edited by the ones who stole them so that the eyes of the baby girl appeared in bright green colour along with lipstick and mascara applied on her lips and eyes.
Recalling the terrible period she found all these photos, Amanda stated:
I cried uncontrollably for 45 minutes when I received that message. My partner couldn’t calm me down, I was sobbing and shaking. I thought it was all my fault because I had this Instagram page.
There are three pictures of my child on that website, I haven’t dolled her up like that, I wouldn’t want to put my baby in make-up.
However, Amanda had to set up an account to see the images that had been shared all over the paedophile website, and there she found a number of images based on child abuse shared all over it.
The usernames go from A-Z and each letter has thousands of users with paedophile usernames like ‘baby abuser’. I’ve never seen anything like it. I didn’t want to look too deep because I didn’t want to scare myself.
Obviously mine’s bad with the comments but my baby’s fully dressed. These kids are getting abused and getting pictures taken of them by their own parents. I just feel so sick and I feel sad for those babies.
As sickening as the comments were on Callia’s, they were mild. The other stuff that’s on there is even worse.
I nearly threw up, I was literally retching like I was going to be sick. I’ve not been sleeping properly since I found out.
UNILAD spent nearly 8 minutes with a paedophile hunter of the website Dark Light recently:
The final investigations revealed this particular site to have a Russian origin with more than 1000s of users. The comments on Callia’s pictures said that they ‘couldn’t resist her’. Some had also commented saying that the baby girl was in a ‘good position’ when she was on all fours.
When I got this message I thought ‘I shouldn’t have put any pictures on’ but then I thought ‘why shouldn’t I?’
They make me happy, I love looking back on pictures from when she was little. I shouldn’t have that tarnished because of sickos in the world.
The frightened mom made a decision to share this story with fellow parents to get their babies protected from these terrible child abusers. Amanda had now set all her accounts private since her daughter’s snaps were stolen by the dreadful people with mental disorders.
My child is covered, she’s wearing a long-sleeved jumper and a skirt in one of the pictures and you can’t see any of her skin.
I would say to parents to make sure they’re covered in any pictures they share, never naked or in the bath.
If you want to take those pictures just keep them to yourself, don’t put them anywhere for these creeps to get hold of.
Unfortunately, the site is still alive though she had taken much trouble in sharing the information with Instagram and reporting it to the police.
If you’ve been affected by any of these issues and want to speak to someone in confidence regarding the welfare of a child, contact the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000, 8 am–10 pm Monday to Friday, 9 am–6 pm weekends. If you are a child seeking advice and support, call Childline for free on 0800 1111.
Source of the information: Unilad.