Pennsylvania mom Misty Machinshok allegedly convinced the husband she met online, to rape her 15-year-old daughter and her little sister, so that the now-infertile woman could have another baby.
Misty Machinshok, 33, was sentenced to up to 30 years in prison for the rape of her daughter. The Pennsylvania mom reportedly “coached” her husband and 15-year-old daughter on the “best positions to conceive” the first “few times” that the child abuse occurred. The Pennsylvania mom also reportedly held her teen daughter’s hand during several of the times in which the sexual abuse occurred.
Machinshok reportedly planned to tell relatives and friends that her 15-year-old daughter got pregnant “by a stranger” at a house party at their Wilkes-Barre home after she became pregnant. Gary Machinshok, 29, met the Pennsylvania woman via a website called onlinebootycall.com. He will be sentenced later this month. The step-father of the teen girl pleaded no contest to the rape charges. The teen girl was reportedly raped “every few days” throughout the year in 2013.
Gary Machinshok also sexually assaulted Misty Machinshok’s 11-year-old sister, according to Pennsylvania court documents. Because the husband found online struck a plea deal in the case, he will not be charged with raping the 11-year-old little sister.
Pennsylvania Prosecutor Nancy Violi called the rapes of the sisters orchestrated by their mother, “the most heinous” crime she had dealt with in her nearly two decades years on the job. “She put herself and her own self-interest ahead of those of the minors,” Violi added.
The rape of the Wilkes-Barre girls were brought to the attention of the police after a teen friend told a teacher. Both of the teen rape victims have been placed in foster care. The reason for Macinshok’s infertility has not been released to the public. She pleaded guilty to rape, conspiracy, aggravated assault, child endangerment, and several other criminal counts.
Misty Machinshok’s defense attorney, Mary Deady, said that the Pennsylvania mom “made a lot of bad decisions.” The convicted rapist’s father, Bill Englert, reportedly defended his daughter and maintained that the rape of the 15-year-old teenager was “over-emphasized” by the prosecuting attorneys.
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