An Alabama woman has been arrested for having an incestuous relationship with her 7 year old daughter and four year old son. She would then send the video to a man in Florida via text message. The daughter said her mother called the game “Huckle Buckle.”
During the game, the mother would penetrate the young girl with an unspecified object and would have some form of sex with the son. She would then have the children perform sex acts on her, then she would encourage the small children to have sex with each other.
Jennifer Lynne Weekley, of Bay Minette, was arrested on June 19 and charged with three criminal counts of sexual abuse of a child under 12, permitting or allowing a child to engage in production of obscene matter and production of obscene matter.
Her booking photo released by county officials shows the 37-year-old suspect with extensive scarring on her face, the cause of which is unclear.
During a bond hearing last Wednesday, Baldwin County Assistant district Attorney Matt Simpson told the court that Weekley exchanged text messages with a man in Florida describing the sexual acts that she was planning to perform on her daughter, aged six or seven, and son, who was three or four years old.
According to Simpson, the mother-of-two later sent the man photographs depicting multiple incestuous sexual acts, reported Gulf Coast News Today.
‘These are acts that she would perform on the children, the children would perform on her and the children would perform amongst themselves that she would encourage,’ Simpson said. ‘“She would photograph these at the request of this individual in Florida and send these images to this individual in Florida.’
Baldwin County District Court Judge William Scully set Weekley’s bond at $300,000, describing the charges filed against her as ‘pretty horrific.’
The prosecutor requested that if Weekley posted bond, she will be fitted with a GPS tracker and be allowed no contact with her children, or any other minors.
Weekley has a past criminal record that includes an arrest in 2001 on multiple counts of theft and another case involving a bank robbery in 2005.