Brave woman abused by the Rotherham sex gang ringleader as a teenager reveals how she was groomed by the ‘controlling’ paedophile and gave birth to his child at 15

Brave woman abused by the Rotherham sex gang ringleader as a teenager reveals how she was groomed by the ‘controlling’ paedophile and gave birth to his child at 15

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  • Sammy Woodhouse was 14 when she was groomed by Arshid Hussain, then 24
  • Attacker preyed on the teen, they began having sex and she fell pregnant at 15
  • Victim claims authorities did not intervene because she was not being forced 
  • Ms Woodhouse, now 31, wants authorities to be held to account for the abuse

A mother who fell pregnant by the Rotherham sex gang ringleader when she was a teenager has spoken out for the first time about her abuse at the hands of the ‘controlling’ paedophile.

Sammy Woodhouse was just 14 when she was targeted and groomed by notorious paedophile Arshid Hussain, an ordeal that would change the rest of her life.

The attacker – known as Mad Ash – preyed on the teenager after meeting her at a party in the late 1990s and started waiting for her outside school.

Soon, the then 24-year-old – who was married – was treating her as his girlfriend and having sex with her, despite knowing her age and being a decade older.

Ms Woodhouse – who previously talked about her experience under the false name Jessica –  has now waived her right to anonymity to reveal her ordeal.

The 31-year-old wants action taken against the professionals who failed to protect her while she was exploited.

Arshid and his brothers were the most notorious perpetrators of terrible abuse against teenage girls in Rotherham.

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