Why is Mr D allowed near children? Am I missing something?

Note to reader – To hide the children’s identity, I refer to the Hampstead boy as Jack and the Hampstead girl as Jill.

Statement from Mrs D – ex-wife of Mr D, claimed to be a satanic cult leader by his own children.

“He also harassed me sexually, pressuring me to have anal sex with him. He then bought a gigantic artificial penis suggesting for me to use. On many occasions he attempted to get me to watch online pornography.

I objected to his perverted sexual attempts, threw the sex toy in the bin and asked Mr D to pick his stuff he had in my house and not to come there again. (2007) However, he came to school to “surprise” the children and often stalked us, showing up from nowhere: in the park, or on the way to school and in shops.

I warned him on many occasions to stop doing this. But he requested to see the children. Many times he came and knocked on my door without prior notice and several times he broke in through the garden door. On one of such occasions he was violent and humiliated my mother by screaming and hitting her. He ran away before I dialed the police.

Since stalking continued, I applied for an Emergency Court Order, and a Non-Molestation Order was granted for a month initially and then extended for 8 months while proceedings for contact were going on.

I sent Jill to Russia to stay with my parents. Unfortunately her passport ran out and she ended up staying slightly longer than anticipated.

A week after my application, his solicitors applied for a Prohibited Steps Order since he claimed that I was trying to take the children out of the country. This was dismissed and there is currently no such Order in place.

Mr D also made an application for contact. This was eventually granted in spite of my concerns for the children’s safety. He started to see them regularly: every Saturday from 10am to 6pm.

However, contacts were not going well at all. Mr D was consistently returning the children late. He rejected my advice regarding their diet and was returning packed lunches of home prepared food.

Jack and Jill were frequently getting sick during contact. Many times they vomited while in his care or after they came back home. Sometimes they developed headaches and stomach aches. I blamed this on food that Mr Dearman was feeding them with.

My solicitors and I have sent numerous reminders, requesting not to feed the children with processed, sugary snacks. On one occasion Jill developed high fever and hardly moved. I contacted the emergency doctor’s line and almost took her to the emergency room.

Not only were the children returning sick or becoming sick shortly after, each time they were coming back in a terrible emotional and psychological state. A lot of Mondays or first part of the school week were missed as a result and affected the children’s education.”

Mr D

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