Teen Mom Claims She Molested Her 2-Month-Old Out of Curiosity
Ashley Nicole Williams had her first baby on June 1, 2010, she was about 15 years old. She got married to another man 2 years later in June 22, 2012 at 17. Yet her McDonalds worker mother couldn’t recognize that her daughter was already on the fast track to trouble. Who knows what disgusting events took place in Ashley’s life but she seems to have become a creator of her own monstrosity as she admits to police to molesting her 2-month old daughter.
A teen mom from Missouri molested her baby because she was curious and wanted to be the abuser and not the abused, police said. Ashley Nicole Williams, 19, is accused of assaulting her daughter, who is only two-months-old, at her Lebanon home over a five-day period.
Staff at Mercy Hospital of Lebanon contacted cops on Mar. 7 after seeing signs of child abuse on the baby during a routine check-up. Williams reportedly admitted to the abuse, and told Laclede County Sheriff’s Office deputies she was “curious” to know what being a molester, and not the molested, would feel like.
Her husband also claimed he saw her touching their baby “in a sexual way” on several occasions as she changed her diaper. Williams was arrested and charged with first degree child molestation. She remains in Laclede County Jail after failing to raise a $100,000 bond. The investigation into the alleged abuse continues, reports the Lebanon Daily Record.
Based on this history and viewing the facebook profiles of Ashley’s family members, I can only assume this is a redundant cycle that will continue in this family tree. Hopefully the fathers of her children will have the good sense to take their children from her and give them to their parents to raise, but I doubt that will happen.
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