A series of chilling images reveal the truth behind a Filipino cyber-sex den where girls as young as 11 are lined up for paedophiles to hand-pick who they want to see abused on webcam.The girls are forced to smile while being raped on camera as predators tell abusers what to do with them.They wanted her to remove her bra, play with herself, sometimes have sex with her siblings, things like that, it went very far.' Stacey met Marisol Ayad twice, on her first visit (pictured), the inmate insisted she had done nothing wrong and the presenter only learned the extent of the allegations against her - that she ran a cybersex den where children as young as two were forced to perform for the webcams - on her return trip Filipino journalist Anna Santos, who has investigated the situation, explained: 'Girls here have limited opportunities, especially when they are young.Cybersex is easy money, often parents are putting their children forward, some of the mothers are prostitutes themselves.“The perpetrators think they are invisible, but we proved that they are anything but.” Although more than 20,000 people attempted to solicit Sweetie, her creators pointed out that only six WCST predators have ever been convicted of a crime.
They agreed.’ The girls were then brought to his hotel room, which was rigged with hidden cameras, and for the next few hours, he interviewed them to find out how they were treated.
Posing as a paedophile, he gained the trust of ringleaders and got invited into the sex dens.
He started investigating online child sex abuse in the country two years ago for the documentary, Children of the Cam.
Here, a cybersex supplier chats online'They learn how to receive the money, how to do these things unnoticed, how to make contacts.
Poverty combined with the rise of cheap, high speed internet access has turned the country into the hub of a billion-dollar cyber sex industry with tens of thousands of girls being exposed to sexual abuse.