Deaf paedophile sisters abused a six-year-old boy

Deaf paedophile sisters abused a six-year-old boy and then
repeatedly molested him for 14 years as he turned to drink and drugs to
cope 

  • Julie Fellows, 30, and her sister Jennifer, 32, repeatedly molested boy
  • Court heard Julie first lured boy into toilets in 2000 and assaulted him
  • Sisters, from Herefordshire, communicated with court via sign language
  • Both told to expect ‘very significant sentences’ following court hearing
A
pair of deaf sisters have been told to expect ‘very significant
sentences’ for repeatedly sexually abusing a six-year-old boy over 14
years.
Julie Fellows, 30, and her sister Jennifer, 32, repeatedly molested the youngster over a total period spanning 14 years.
A
court heard Julie was aged 14 when she first lured the young boy, aged
six, into a petrol station toilets in 2000 and sexually assaulted him.
The deaf siblings, of Kington, Herefordshire, communicated with Worcester Crown Court via sign language interpreters. 
A court heard Julie was aged 14 when she first lured the young boy, aged six, into a petrol station toilets in 2000 and sexually assaulted him

Julie Fellows, 30, and her sister Jennifer, 32 (pictured), repeatedly molested the youngster over a total period spanning 14 years

Julie Fellows (left) and her sister Jennifer (right) repeatedly molested the youngster over a total period spanning 14 years
The deaf siblings (pictured together), of Kington, Herefordshire, communicated with Worcester Crown Court via sign language interpreters

The deaf siblings (pictured together),
of Kington, Herefordshire, communicated with Worcester Crown Court via
sign language interpreters
Prosecutor Simon Phillips said: ‘The allegations date back many years and the more serious of them was when the victim was six. 
‘On
occasions, in fact most weeks, the girls would walk him home from
school and pass a Texaco garage which has some toilets next to the
garage. 
‘She invited him to touch her and over time made him touch himself.
‘Over
12 to 18 months she pushed him more and more. The behaviour was so
frequent it became routine and he thought it was the norm.
‘He believed she loved him and he needed the love and he warmed to attention.’
A further incident occurred between Julie Fellows and the boy when he was aged 14.
Fellows was sat on the sofa with the boy as her partner slept and she put her hand down his trousers.
Julie was found guilty following a trial of indecently assaulting a boy aged six to nine between October 2000 and April 2004 in Leominster, and sexual activity with a boy aged 14 to 16  between October 2008 and October 2010 in Hereford

Jennifer admitted indecently assaulting a boy aged six to nine between October 2000 and April 2004 in Leominster, and inciting sexual activity with a boy aged 14-16 between October 2008 and October 2010 in Kington

Julie Fellows (left) and her sister Jennifer (right) are pictured outside Worcester Crown Court
Prosecutor Phillips added: ‘She told him he needed to lose his virginity and said “who would you rather lose it to?” 
‘The abuse finally stopped when the victim spoke to friends and realised it wasn’t normal behaviour.
‘The
victim faced great difficulties and relationships became difficult. He
faced emotional turmoil and turned to drinking and drugs.
‘He went to the police and Jennifer denied anything happened.
‘Julie remembered the inappropriate behaviour between her and the victim.
‘She
agreed she, Jennifer, the boy and another played boyfriend and
girlfriend games which involved kissing. She denied sexual intercourse
ever took place.’
Adam Western, defending, told the court Julie is pregnant and due to give birth in January.
The deaf sisters, including Jennifer (pictured) have been told to expect 'very significant sentences' for repeatedly sexually abusing a six-year-old boy over 14 years

The deaf sisters, including Jennifer
(pictured) have been told to expect ‘very significant sentences’ for
repeatedly sexually abusing a six-year-old boy over 14 years
Adam Western, defending, told the court Julie (left) is pregnant and due to give birth in January, asking the court not to give her a custodial sentence

Adam Western, defending, told the
court Julie (left) is pregnant and due to give birth in January, asking
the court not to give her a custodial sentence
He said: ‘The effect of immediate imprisonment on this young woman would be so severe that your honour should avoid it.
‘She would be so isolated in prison, coupled with the fact that she is pregnant.
‘The pregnancy is likely to be complicated because of the tragic way her last pregnancy ended.’
Julie
was found guilty following a trial of indecently assaulting a boy aged
six to nine between October 2000 and April 2004 in Leominster, and
sexual activity with a boy aged 14 to 16 between October 2008 and
October 2010 in Hereford.
Jennifer
admitted indecently assaulting a boy aged six to nine between October
2000 and April 2004 in Leominster, and inciting sexual activity with a
boy aged 14-16 between October 2008 and October 2010 in Kington.
Judge Robert Juckes bailed the pair and adjourned sentencing until August 19, adding: ‘This is not a straightforward case.
‘You should expect very significant prison sentences.

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