Confirmed: 17-yr-old boy on the run after 9-yr-old girl gives birth





A nine-year-old girl gave birth to a healthy 5.7 pound baby girl in the impoverished town of Ixtlahuacan de los Membrillos in Western Mexico.

The 9-year-old girl who had Caesarean Section done on her was reportedly impregnated by a 17-year-old youth who fled town before she gave birth.

Police have launched a search for the 17-year-old and stated that the incident was a "rape or child sex abuse" case.

The 9-year-old only identified as Daphne only became aware that she was pregnant around the seventh month. Doctors stated that both mother and child are doing fine.



  
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Pamela Greenwood 08/04/2013 16:59:50
Didn't she know it was called sex? Why did she think she could have sex at her age. If he had raped her She would have said so. They are equally responsible
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Michelle Simms 13/02/2013 09:26:01
Is it that this child has no parent, how could she be pregnant up to six months and it was not noticeable to then. For the child she should be wondering what is moveing in her tommy after all. Is'nt the would coming to an end? a child giving birth to a child.
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Wilbern Black 09/02/2013 06:05:41
him should a never dis Joe!!! joe give him 500000 fi sting and him no tu up !!! that is rong him a go need a money from joe now!!!
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Julia Williams 08/02/2013 16:53:34
Is this for real.
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Sephonia Mckenzie 07/02/2013 20:47:21
Lord have mercy what the hell this 9 year old baby know about motherhood
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Lurine Snyder 07/02/2013 18:38:24
Damm!i am going to keep my mouth shut .9yrs old.
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Kayan Lue 07/02/2013 15:55:27
Danngggg man wickedd eeehhhh !!!
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Gerald Cameron 07/02/2013 20:15:32
@Kayan, that's a boy not a man
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Sandra Durand 09/02/2013 22:58:50
shenow about sex,all d time it was nt rape now belly buss now the hypdcrite spray are spraying
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