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A Maine woman was arrested and is facing charges for allegedly allowing her cop boyfriend to sexually assault her 14-year-old relative.
According to the Bangor Daily News, authorities say that Holly Morrison allegedly confessed to having met 59-year-old Donald Cass at a swinger's party. Court affidavits allege that she later allowed him to spend weekends at her home and sexually assault the teen girl.
Police said that Morrison admitted that she saw Cass assault the girl with developmental disabilities, a few different times.
When the victim came forward to report the alleged abuse she said that the 39-year-old Morrison sometimes assisted Cass in the assaults.
The alleged child rapist is a former Auburn reserve police officer and has been married for five years.
The Portland Press Herald noted that his wife had no idea of the alleged assault and believed her husband was on hunting trips when he was apparently at Morrison’s home.
Cass pleaded guilty to two counts of gross sexual assault and was sentenced to eight years, but four years were suspended for a probation term. Morrison faces three felony counts of gross sexual assault and three misdemeanor counts of endangering the welfare of a child. If she is convicted she could face up to 30 years in prison.