New details continue to be revealed as part of the investigation into the shocking case that was revealed today (Tuesday) in Or Yehuda, in which a 15-year-old girl was allegedly tortured by her mother to sleep with men for money.
During a discussion on extending the mother's detention, the police representative claimed that the girl was impersonating a 21-year-old, backed by her mother.
A representative of the mother, Advocate Alfasa from the Public Defender's Office, claimed that the mother did not know that a strike involved prostitution.
According to the lawyer, the mother "knew her daughter was meeting men as part of her social life - but did not know it was prostitution."
Advocate Alfasa noted that the mother is cooperating with the investigation, and that this is a family dealing with social difficulties. During the hearing, the mother said: “My daughter meets with men all the time - I did not pimp her.
What a shame the police are doing to me, I did not take a penny.
I did not pimp my daughter, check my bank account. "
Judge Aharon Hauserman said that a review of the investigation file shows that there is a reasonable suspicion against the suspect for committing the offenses attributed to her and given the suspicions and the extent of the offenses in which the suspect was suspected, and extended the mother's detention by four days, suspected of dangerousness.
After the judge's decision the mother began to cry and refused to leave the courtroom and the police on the spot forcibly removed her.
The Or Yehuda municipality claimed that the family was known to the welfare authorities, and that an attempt was made to get the girl out of the house.
She further added that the case she sees the shocking with great severity, and that it is "an address that was on the wall".
"For several years now, the municipality has been accompanying the family. A few months ago, we approached the court on the recommendation of the municipality's welfare officials and social workers so as not to allow the girl to return home from where she was staying and protected her. Unfortunately, the court decided not to accept our position." That the decision was wrong, they wondered to interpret the court's decision, and even expressed this position before the judge.
"This case must light a red light for the justice system, which must be attentive to the professionals, the people who accompany the families on a daily basis, are well aware of their strengths and weaknesses, and must prevent the next case." In whatever is required, "the municipality said.