The senior citizen duo was recently arrested and slapped with multiple serious charges
Call them the sicko siblings. A Pennsylvania man has been accused of paying his sister to lure in children and force them to submit to the senior-citizen brother’s sexual abuse, the New York Daily News reports.
Authorities have charged the Pennsylvania brother, George Sappah, 71, with with two counts each of aggravated sexual assault and child endangerment, as well as sexual assault by contact. His sister, Greta Sappah, 65, has been charged with child endangerment.
The charges allege that the brother, who lives in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, paid his sister to force two preteen kids (of unreported gender) to engage in sex with him on multiple occasions.The sister allegedly asserted her control over the children with threats of violence to ensure they would bend to the Pennsylvania brother’s perverted and predatory sexual desires.Currently, George is stuck in jail.
The Pennsylvania man is housed in New Jersey’s Warren County Correctional Center after being charged with the brother-sister sex-crime enterprise.
He is set to appear before the Central Judicial Processing Court on Aug. 7 for his alleged brother-sister sex crimes. It remains unclear whether he committed them in Pennsylvania or New Jersey.As for Greta, she’s gotten out of jail, according to the Daily Voice.
A judge on Thursday released Greta Sappah, 65, of Hope, NJ, with conditions pending further court action.The investigation was run by the Special Victims Unit in Pfieffer’s office.
New Jersey State Police also helped bust the Pennsylvania brother and his sister for their alleged sex-crime scheme.The investigation is ongoing.
The sister was apparently previously a real estate agent in Florida before she got wrapped up in her Pennsylvania brother’s heinous sex scheme, the New York Post reports.
What appears to be Greta’s Facebook page lists her most recent job as a realtor in Florida.The brother accused of sex crimes with his sister is not originally from Pennsylvania.
George hails from Blairstown, New Jersey.
So does Greta.She may not be a free woman for long, pending a trial for her alleged crimes, The U.S. Sun reports.
Greta was released on charges for child endangerment.