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Grandfather nudist jailed for sexual abuse granddaughter was just 3 when she met her abuser in the park

Two-week-old baby left helpless after being sexually assaulted in car with babysitter and father

She was just three when a father stripped her naked in the park, took pictures of her and placed her in his car, she claims

He took the photographs of her in her room during a school outing after they were discovered last month

It also came as a woman has accused her father of raping her after her mum told him she'd reported it to police

She alleges she was forced into sex with her step-dad while she was 'unwanted'

A mum has claimed her mother, who claimed the father assaulted her granddaughter, was 'groveling'.

Rachel Knecht, 34, said her 18-year-old granddaughter 'went down on her own and begged him not to do it again'.

It is alleged her stepdad'stiff-armed' and bullied her into a'sex act' during the summer in November.

When he returned to the same park with the 15-year-old for a day-time outing, Rachel claims his mother placed her in his car while taking photographs of her.

Rachel's mother revealed to The Daily Mail that her 'legend' claims his mum was 'groveling' when she was attacked.

Rachel's mother, who claimed her 18-year-old granddaughter went down on her own and begged him not to do it again, told MailOnline that her daughter was a 'legend'.

Rachel, left, said her stepfather'stiff-armed' and bullied her into a'sex act' during the summer in November

Rachel claimed her mother (far right) did nothing to stop the abuse. She told police she was 'unwanted' after she went missing, but had not yet reported

Rachel alleged that on the afternoon of the incident, she had gone with her stepdad to use a toilet near his house.

The teenager allegedly met her stepmother near the toilet on Saturday morning, and the pair had sex.

After she was done with her and went outside to take a picture of her, her dad allegedly'stiff-armed' her, taking the photographs to keep her from taking them home.

Rachel said, the pair got back into her car and got into an 'arranged' time to continue'sexing'.

She said her stepdad 'grabbed me and told me I was going to be the one who was going to be put on display all over the internet.'

In photographs the girl is shown topless and lying face down on the ground as she looks into th

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