Dad who believes Britain's worst female pedophile abused his daughter says he will kill her when she is released from jail
Evil nursery worker Vanessa George abused 64 babies and shared those nauseating videos with her perverted lover
A raging father who believes his daughter was abused by Vanessa George, Britain's worst female pedophile, has said that he will kill her if he sees her in public after her shocking release. The evil nursery worker abused 64 babies and shared those nauseating videos with her lover who is a pervert and gloated saying she was his "pedo whore mom".
The sadist is reportedly set to be released from prison in September after the parole board stated that she wasn't a "significant risk" to children. But a dad who is not sure if his daughter was abused by George since she refused to name all her victims said he will kill her if he sees her.
The unnamed parent begged officials not to release the monster at the parole hearing. He told The Sun, "If I see her I will kill her, all bets off. Even if my daughter wasn’t [one of the ones abused]."
Adding to that the father said, "I was disgusted [by the verdict]. The whole process from start to finish — even up to today — has been a mess. She should never be released. We had no sleep at all last night. The parents, myself included, have been offered no support. We've had this dropped on us and just left. Only the probation service has offered some support."
George, who hails from Plymouth, Devon, was sent to prison for a minimum sentence of nine years in 2009 after she took pictures of herself harming around 64 babies and toddlers at the Little Ted's nursery.
The criminal denied revealing the names of all the victims which has led to around a decade of "hell" for families who are not sure if their kids were victims of her harassment. George's ex-husband Andrew said he was "staggered" because she was being released and previously shared that he feared she would "manipulate" the parole board.
Post Andrew's statement, it has emerged that George took taxpayer-funded classes to boost her "self-esteem" and get rid of her "insecurities" to persuade her release, according to Mail Online.
The father told The Sun that he gave a statement to the parole board last week. "I said she's never given the names once. Now our children are of an age where they're on Facebook and they’re going to ask us [whether they were abused by George] and I can’t answer yes or no. She had 10 years to tell us. They have been hell. We have got to live with that every day," he said.
In 2009, after George was sent to prison for her barbaric acts, she received the title of Britain's worst female pedophile. The news of her abuse sent UK residents in shockwaves especially the feared families who left their kids at her care in the nursery.