Wisconsin mother, 39, is arrested for pimping out her two young children, six and nine, and doping them with meth in exchange for drugs and cash for at least six years
- Michelle Mayer, 39, of Eau Claire, Wisconsin was charged Thursday with two counts of repeated sexual assault of a child and being a party to a crime
- She pimped her children now ages six and nine for meth, cocaine and cash
- Police say the alleged abuse took place 'every other day' for the past six years
- If convicted she will face up to 80 years behind bars
Michelle Mayer, 39, of Eau Claire was charged Thursday with two counts of repeated sexual assault of a child and being a party to a crime
A Wisconsin mother has been accused of allegedly pimping her children to men called 'uncles', doping them with meth, and beating them with a baseball bat when they refused to obey.
Michelle Mayer, 39, of Eau Claire, reportedly sold her two children, now ages six and nine, as sex slaves in exchange for meth, cocaine and money.
She was charged on Thursday with two counts of repeated sexual assault of a child and being a party to a crime.
She trafficked her children for at least six and a half years in her mother’s home, according to a criminal complaint.
Police speculate it could have started as far back as nine years ago.
Her children were subjected to physical and sexual assault when men called 'uncles' visited the home, according to KTLA5.
An informant said the assaulters went by street names like 'Dollar, Junior, Bam Bam and Pinky' according to Fox News.
The men also allegedly photographed the children naked.
An informant said that the children were injected with meth more than 100 times to keep awake during the abuse.
When the children resisted the assault, Mayer reportedly beat them using a baseball bat.
The Wisconsin mother allegedly allowed her children to suffer physical and sexual abuse and meth injections in exchange for meth, cocaine, and cash
On Facebook Mayer is seen with four young children, only two are believed to be hers
The owner of the home told police that they 'had no idea' of the assaults occurring inside the home in 2017, according to a criminal complaint.
Mayer was reportedly present during the assaults.
The children have been taken away from their mother and police have a safety plan for them.
She was charged Thursday and if convicted she will face up to 80 years in prison.
Police said the Department of Health Services 'had numerous reports regarding Mayer maltreating ... children'.
Eau Claire Police spokeswoman Bridget Coit said sexual assault cases like this are difficult.
'They're really hard for the victim, their families, and officers and other authorities trying to investigate those,' she said.
Eau Claire Police added it's 'difficult due to fear of retribution and retaliation on the part of people involved'