But that was when the man who was meant to be looking after her abused his position of trust.After being touched inappropriately and raped repeatedly, Keona’s dad Neil Wells bullied the youngster into believing this was normal behaviour.He added: “The committee want a new apology and I will keep apologising until they fall over.I'm sorry, I'm human, and I don't know what is wrong with my apologies.” But Richard Hawkes, chief executive of Scope, said Mr Martin had “missed the point” with his apology. Of course he should apologise for using this offensive term.“The more I pushed him away the more he forced himself on me.
Det Sgt Chris Hitchcock said: ‘[Police officers] look to intervene and see if we can offer safeguarding, and see if organised crime is involved, as often as we can.’ Police were monitoring up to 190 women mainly located in Swindon, which has seen the number of brothels double in a year.
But this isn’t just about political correctness and using the wrong words,” said Mr Hawkes.
"Disturbingly, he has insinuated that there is something wrong with disabled people having sex with each other.
Keona said she was controlled like a sex slave, was told what to do and ordered about what friends she could and couldn’t see when she lived with her dad in Purton and Penhill.
She said her 45-year-old father, who was sentenced to a minimum of nine-and-a-half years in jail for his sex crimes, had even wanted to have children with her as he loved her like a wife or a girlfriend.