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Philstar.com, citing information from Quezon City Police Department Station 4's Superintendent Crisostomo Mendoza, reports that police have arrested "a 33-year-old businessman, who had allegedly been forcing his two daughters–aged 16 and 14–to take shabu for months" and raping them. What made the case even more shocking was the fact that the suspect's live-in partner, a 35-year-old woman named Myra Sison, "reportedly helped him take advantage of the sisters, the businessman’s children from a previous relationship" by actually restraining or holding down the girls.
The suspect also violated one of his daughters' friends, who had stayed over at their house in North Wind Subdivision in Barangay Nagkaisang Nayon. According to the report, the friend and both girls were drugged and raped at around 1 a.m. on Thursday, April 26. It was the friend who eventually told her relative about the what happened. The relative then contacted the police.
The businessman is now in police custody, with no bail set. His daughters are now under the care of social workers. Sison, the businessman's alleged accomplice, is still at large.
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