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Tuesday, 6 March 2018

"I still remember the smell of him": Woman whose mother set her up to be raped by an obese stranger at age 16 relives night of torment





"I still remember the smell of him": Woman whose mother set her up to be raped by an obese stranger?at age 16 relives night of torment
A mother plied her 16-year-old daughter with alcohol so her obese boyfriend could rape her and the teenager has now opened up on the horror of that night.
In 2005, Peta Butler was only 16 when she suffered the abuse in a motel room in Toowoomba, east of Brisbane in Australia. Her mother made sure she was drunk, then left her alone in the motel room to be raped by the stranger.
Now 27, Peta recounts how she was tricked by her mum after she took her away on "a girls trip" on a Friday night. Uknown to Peta, her mother, Theresa's plan all along was for her internet boyfriend to have sex with her daughter, who she described as "a younger version of herself".

"I still remember the smell of him": Woman whose mother set her up to be raped by an obese stranger?at age 16 relives night of torment
Theresa

Peta says she can still remember the smell of her abuser, known only as Thommo, and feel his stubble more than a decade on. Peta is speaking out about the ordeal in a fresh police appeal to try and track down the monster who attacked her in 2006. Her mother has already been sentenced for her part in the crime, getting four years jail suspended for 12 months. Therese Butler was jailed in January but is due to be released in October after serving 12 months of her four-year sentence. But the rapist is still at large and his real identity still unknown.
Peta told how five minutes after her mother left her alone in the hotel room Thommo arrived and opened the door. But when Peta stood up to walk out of the bedroom, he blocked her getting out.
Speaking to 9News, Peta said: "He raped me. It only lasted for a couple of minutes. I felt his stubble against my face. I still remember feeling that, and I still remember the smell of him."
Peta described how her hands were held down and she could not move because Thommo was "very big" and was on top of her. Her mother was just a few metres away outside the door.
"I hoped she was going to come in and stop it," Peta said. "She didn't once try, she sat outside smoking."
"She knew what was happening. She might as well have murdered me on that day. She took me to that place and premeditated the whole thing. That's not a mother."

"I still remember the smell of him": Woman whose mother set her up to be raped by an obese stranger?at age 16 relives night of torment
Theresa

Immediately after she was raped Peta walked out of the bedroom and was hugged by her mum telling her everything was going to be okay. It was at that moment, Peta said she knew her mother was aware of what happened. 
Peta had to suffer the additional humiliation of sharing the same motel room as her rapist and her mother that night. The next morning, they drove to the bus station all together in Thommo's car which Peta recalls was completely silent. 
Police have renewed the appeal to catch the man responsible for raping Peta. A new image of Thommo has been released as part of the appeal by Queensland Police into the rape. Thommo’s e-fit revealed a man with close cropped hair, a stubbly beard, and terrifying bulging sunken eyes. Peta described him as fat, bald, and three times her age.
In a statement, the police said: "The man is described as being in his mid-to-late 40s at the time, extremely obese, around 175 centimetres tall with a shaved head, stubble and distinctive bulging blue eyes.

"I still remember the smell of him": Woman whose mother set her up to be raped by an obese stranger?at age 16 relives night of torment

"He was wearing an expensive suit and drove a car with cream coloured leather seats. He is known only as 'Thommo' and would now be aged in his 50s. It is believed the man also used an email address similar to thommo_thommo_thommo@hotmail.com. Anyone who may recognise him, has knowledge of his movements or knows anything that may help identify him is urged to contact Policelink, Crime Stoppers or their local police station. Police also believe it is likely the man has hurt other girls and women."
Peta previously said she feared for her and her family's life after her mother and her new boyfriend threatened Peta as her mother was sentenced in court. 
She told Daily Mail Australia: "He's told me before he could have someone pulled in a heartbeat. She was threatening to kill my father and myself. I've got to protect myself, my partner and my children."
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