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For at least seven years, Ontong — dubbed “the Queen of Cyberporn” by local media — abused children on demand in front of a webcam for cash delivered via international wire transfer services, according to Philippines and US police.
Investigators say as many as 35 children, some as young as five, passed through the door of Ontong’s concrete and plywood home, adorned with a crucifix and a picture of Jesus, and into a makeshift cyber-den.
Among the senders, whose names appeared on the transfer receipts, were Philip Smith, John Head, Robert Warnes, Fernando Solis, William Federes and Sevido Gavio.
The mother said she met her clients through an online dating group called Cupid, under the group “Adult.” She said most of her regular clients liked young girls.
Nuqui said the raid was carried out with assistance from the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, an agency under the Department of Homeland Security, and the International Justice Mission.
Nuqui said the 10-year-old girl and the mother were inside a room in the two-story house that was converted into a “studio” and the child was already performing when the agents broke in and arrested the mother.
Members of Ontong’s extended family participated from age 11.
The children, or their parents, got US-US per show.
My clients want young girls so I asked my daughter to do the show,” a 37-year-old mother told the Inquirer after NBI agents arrested her in a raid on a suspected cybersex den in Taguig City on Wednesday.
The agents rescued the mother’s daughter and son, aged 10 and 7, during the raid on the family’s house in Taguig City, said Czar Eric Nuqui, head of the National Bureau of Investigation’s human trafficking division.
9775, or the Anti-Child Pornography Act of 2009; Republic Act No.
7610, or the Special Protection of Children Against Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act, and grave scandal in relation to the Electronic Commerce Act.