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Mother Who Gave Birth at the Age of 12 after being Raped by her brother reveals Heartbreak of Giving up Daughter for Adoption

Hard to believe this but it’s true, we all live in a world full of monster-mentality people. How can somebody be so inhumane, and can go to such extent! its really beyond imagination and a reprehensible act. I am having goose bumps while thinking about this act, how can somebody rape her sister? Children feel safest in their family, but if our family members will behave like this, then I don’t think there is any place in this world where they are safe.

Read one such story where a 12-year-old was the victim of delinquent crime.

Meet This Unfortunate Girl

Tressa Middleton (now 21) was very unfortunate since the little age. She has lived with extreme poverty, got raped by her own brother when she was just 12. She also got addicted to drugs and consumed alcohol at an early age. Born to a homeless mother, she was sent in care.

After a year, she turned 9 and returned home in Edinburgh. Due to her alcohol dependency, she was sent back to the care. In 2005, Tressa at the age of 11 returned to her home. That year her life changed completely as she was raped by Jason, her real brother.

The Day She Became Mom

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After a few months of the incident, she observed some change in her body. One of her close friends told that she might be pregnant. She went for the pregnancy test and found the result positive. She did not opt to go for abortion. After giving the birth to a baby daughter, Tressa eventually gave her daughter for adoption.

On The Show ITV

Now, after nine years she gathered courage and decided to reveal the identity of Annie’s dad. Now she is speaking on a television show, recounted in detail about her agonizing time. Moreover, she briefed about her new book ‘Tressa: The 12-Year-Old Mum’. There she poured everything that she had faced.

She explains that she dedicated her book to her daughter Annie. Now she feels very sorry as she decided to leave Annie in care. She says: “I just hope one day she does forgive me. I know it’s going to be hard for her when she finds out her uncle is her dad.”

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