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But the presenter was shocked to hear that the women pin the blame on their children.'It was the kids, they initiated it themselves,' one of the women claimed through tears.'Many youths do things they shouldn’t. But I’m not selling [them]…'Both women are facing up to a life sentence as charges for child trafficking, child abuse and child pornography are brought against them.
Stacey told the cameras: 'A, I know that’s a complete lie and B, to have that mentality when you’re supposed to be the person that protects them is just so depressing.'It’s such a disappointment and they just confirm that it was right to take those kids away from them two.' After their mothers' arrests the children of the two women are rehomed in the Filipino care system.
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