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Children are the angels sent to the world by God, and the immoral creepy monsters who play with their emotions by sexually molesting and assaulting them have really no place in the world and deserve to be tortured in the most pathetic way ever.
Karen Billingsley,32, was merely six years old when her maternal uncle Iain Langdale started touching her inappropriately and later raped her when she turned nine. Baby Karen was scared and clueless about what was happening to her and didn't speak about this to anyone for years. But now, she's all set to take her revenge and protect other kids around the world from these vicious lusty devils. She runs a Facebook support group named Survivors of Child Abuse.
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The first abuse happened when she was six. Langlade assaulted her sexually while Karen's brother Kevin, then four, was asleep in the same room.
Miss Billingsley explains how it all started. "My mum's got a big family and my uncle would come round and babysit, go with us on days out. It wasn't strange that he was around the flat a lot. He'd touch me with his grubby hands while my little brother Kevin was asleep in the same room."
Karen says she was too young and scared to understand what was happening to her and speak about it. She opened up about the trauma she went through. "I just didn't know what was happening to me. I didn't like it and when I realised, I tried to make it stop but it's so hard when he's part of your family. I started to dread going to bed. Mum probably thought I just wanted to stay up later when I tried to put up a fight. I was too young to do anything, and I didn't even know what was happening. I just knew I didn't like it."
Karen finally decided to move out and shift with a friend at the age of 15 to keep herself away from the inhumane molestation with her.
"The memories were still with me. After years of abuse, I felt worthless." Following the depression, she once took an overdose of tablets which left her in a coma for six days.
"I'd struggled with relationships in the past because of the trauma, but I really liked Charlie,' says Karen."I decided, to be honest from the start and told him I was abused. He talked to me about it; he was so brilliant I knew then I could trust him with anything."Later when she came to know that Langlade has children of his own, she was scared that all that assault may happen to them too.
She reported a case against her uncle. In June 2011, Langlade appeared at Bristol Crown Court where he was convicted of three counts of rape and 11 sexual assaults. She finally told her mother what Langlade had been doing to her between 1989 to 1999. "Mum was so upset and blamed herself. But it was his fault and no one else's."
Karen says, "He stole my childhood but he won't take my future. I've spoken to so many other victims and helped them to report their attacker. I tell them it's not about your family or your partner or anyone else. It's about you and what you've been through."