Female babysitter jailed for sex attacks on very young children

A US babysitter convicted of videotaping herself performing sex acts with children as young as two-months-old was sentenced to 125 years in prison today.

Samantha Light last month pleaded guilty to three counts of child molesting in the circuit court in Covington, Indiana.

During sentencing, Light (aged 26) apologised and said she had been coerced by her boyfriend.

She said while she appeared happy on the video tape she had felt like she “was dying inside”.

Ms Light and her boyfriend, Stephen Quick, have been in custody since March after a three-year-old girl told her mother she had been touched inappropriately by her babysitter and that the couple had taken photographs.

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