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Mum raped her own children while others watched
Mum 'raped her own children while others watched'

A mother in Oklahoma has been accused of raping her four children and charging people to watch the abuse.

Natalie Lynn Webb was charged with sexual abuse of children under 12, and child neglect after being arrested in Elk City, the Huffington Post reported.

The allegations include repeated rapes of her children, aged between three and nine, and court documents describe the alleged horrible living conditions the kids were forced to live in.

Authorities alleged that the children spoke of being raped by their mother while men and women looked on, and one of the boys said he thought he saw his mother being paid for the abuse.

The boy spoke of how his two sisters, both three, resisted but were dragged into a room where he could hear them screaming and crying.

He also said he saw his eight-year-old brother being abused, but escaped abuse himself after he ran and hid in a dumpster.

Alongside the sexual abuse, the boy reportedly told authorities that they were repeatedly beaten and thrown against a wall.

Some of the horrific conditions were described in a court affidavit.

"[The 9-year-old] said his mom would not feed them and he would have to find stuff and cook it in the microwave or pop tarts and stuff," the affidavit reads. "If there was nothing [the children] would just scavenge the floor. On the floor they would find crumbs or cookies that were there from a week ago."

Webb denied committing any rapes, but reportedly told authorities that she used methamphetamines, and would sometimes trade food stamps for the drug.

She reportedly demanded a polygraph test to prove her innocence, but she failed the test.

Webb is due to face Beckham County Court on January 7 for a preliminary hearing.

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