A Texas Father Is Seeking To Regain The Custody Of His Three Children Following Disturbing Revelations That Their Mother Has Been Loaning Them Out To Men To Be Sexually Abused
Michael Long, the father of Sophie Long, has been fighting to save the life of his daughter and her brothers who have allegedly been abused and raped by their mother, Kelly Marie Mitton, her boyfriend Jacob Wayne Bellington, and their grandmother, Kim A. Mitton. Wheless awarded Mitton with custody of Sophie, though local police have informed Nationalist Review that the girl is currently at a safe location.
Long uploaded an 18 minute video providing testimony from Sophie about her abuse and additional footage that shows the young girl struggling to remain with her father at a custody exchange that took place in Lacy Lakeview, Texas on 18 Aug 2020. Following the publication of the footage, the judge presiding over the custody battle, Cynthia McCrann Wheless, ordered that all social media posts, videos, and statements about the child’s health be removed from the internet.
Nationalist Review has preserved copies of these videos. We will upload them should the order to remove them be carried out.
We urge every adult to share these videos as far and wide as you can. We also urge caution as we always do when posting shocking content: these videos are disturbing, they include the account of a traumatized child survivor, and the content is not appropriate for children. Please be advised.
Nationalist Review has also spoken to the two Texas police departments handling this case, the Frisco Police Department and the Lacy Lakeview Police Department, and their comments on the matter are included below.
9-Year-Old Sophie Explains How She Has Been Repeatedly Raped And Violated By Her Mother’s Boyfriend And That Her Mother Watches And Assists In These Attacks:
At a custody exchange on 18 Aug. 2020, Sophie detailed to her grandmother her reasons for refusing to return to her mother’s residence. The video is 19 minutes long, and includes multiple alarming details that no child could ever fake. Prior to leaving for the exchange of custody, the present girlfriend of Sophie’s father can be heard explaining that “Mr. Jake” (the name Sophie uses for her abuser, Jacob Bellington) is not going to be at the mother’s house. Sophie replies that it doesn’t matter and that her mother will find other men to abuse her.
Excerpt from the GoFundMe’s description of the video:
Please see minutes 14:40 through 16:30 in this video. She is begging the biological mom’s mother (her grandmother) to listen and tells her what is happening to her. Her grandmother asks “who’s touching you” She says Mr. Jake and Mommy watches…. Mommy watches it happen.” Her grandmother asks “Where does he touch you” Sophie says “my Vivi” Sophie goes on to talk about blood in her underwear and the fighting and how she is tired of all of it. The grandmother dismisses her completely and says that if she felt that bad about herself she couldn’t have gotten the lead in the school play or done gymnastics. She does not say anything about them abusing her, but instead acts as if she never said it. Throughout the rest of this video her mother and grandmother attempt to drag her out of her fathers Vehicle and you can hear Sophie’s many pleas to not go back to that place of torment for her young mind and body.
Around 14:40, Sophie is shown discussing her abuse with her grandmother. She explains that “Mr. Jake” has been molesting her at night when he believes Sophie to be sleeping, that her mother knows, watches, and doesn’t care, and that she has had blood in her underwear. The grandmother doesn’t even respond to Sophie’s allegations and shortly thereafter attempts to physically drag the young child from the vehicle, causing her arm to be hyperextended and requiring a hospital visit. Again, this is the evidence that Judge Cynthia McCrann Wheless is attempting to suppress from the public.
Update: Long has removed his uploaded. We have replaced it with our own.
Michael Long Contacted Lacy Lakeview Police Department About The Incident, Corporal Plummer Told Him The Sophie’s Injuries Were Her Own Fault…And His.
Long, distraught over the continued abuse and court orders mandating that he continue to send his daughter to live with her abusers, contacts the Lacy Lakeview Police Department about the events that transpired during a recent custody exchange. He spoke to Corporal Plummer of the Lacy Lakeview PD.
“She’s being sexually abused in that house, and her mother is complicit in it,” Long told Plummer over the phone in a recorded call (listen below).
Plummer ignored the information Long shared about the abuse orchestrated by his ex-wife, her boyfriend, and Sophie’s grandmother. Instead of immediately acting on the allegations of sexual abuse of a minor, the corporal of the Lacy Lakeview Police Department instead began to give Long some parenting and relationship advice.
Plummer: Were you all married at one point?
Long: Yes we were.
Plummer: How long were y’all married for?
Long: About five years.
Plummer: So at some point in life, y’all liked each other…and [now] y’all are struggling to work together. But you still have a child—
Long: What does this have to do with—
Plummer: That exchange—it, it has everything to do with it. That exchange takes as much effort from you as it does her [Sophie’s alleged abuser].
Corporal Plummer then chastises Long for recording the incident rather than assisting the mother—who, again, is helping her boyfriend rape Long’s daughter—in getting Sophie out of the vehicle. Plummer argues that by filming the incident, Long is encouraging her daughter to disobey her mother.
Plummer: I mean, yeah, the kid may get an extended arm or leg or whatever he said was the injury, if she’s fighting her mother. When you fight your parents there’s a possibility—if she goes to whoop that kid with a belt and that kid ducks and catches a bruise across the back, that’s on the kid.
Nationalist Review Contacted The Frisco Police (Where The Abuse Occurred) And Lacy Lakeview Police (Where The Exchange Was Made)…Here’s What We Learned:
Chief John Truehitt of the Lacy Lakeview Police Department spoke with Nationalist Review about the incident and the comments made by Corporal Plummer. Chief Truehitt told us that he first became aware of the video this past Sunday evening and immediately contacted officers and dispatchers and told them to make it their first priority to ensure the safety of the child. The officers under his command then contacted the Frisco Police Department and submitted an official physical welfare check on the child.
Frisco PD conducted that welfare check and relayed back to Truehitt’s office that they had an ongoing sexual abuse of a child case under investigation and that the child was now in a safe location where the alleged abuser, Jacob Bellington, could not have any contact.
Truehitt also tells Nationalist Review that his detectives have issued subpoenas for the medical records of Sophie, reached out to the hospital to obtain statements, and that is an ongoing investigation, the results of which will be turned over to the DA’s office. His detectives also contacted the DA’s office about the video documenting the grandmother attempting to physically remove Sophie from her father’s vehicle and asked whether the DA wanted to move forward with an arrest warrant.
The DA’s office advised them they would not be seeking an arrest at this time and for Truehitt’s office to continue their investigation and to present their results.
As for Corporal Plummer’s conduct over the phone with Michael Long, Truehitt says that the corporal’s comments were “not consistent with what I want our officers to sound like. I fully understand a lot of the comments that have been made about it. And it is a matter that is under review right now, and I will do my best to take appropriate action on that…I do not approve of the conversation in the tone or in the content.”
Truehitt then told Nationalist Review that Corporal Plummer did not follow up on his phone call with Long by initiating a “injury to a child” investigation and that he should have. That negligence has been rectified and an investigation is underway. “Corporal Plummer does not want to see any child in danger. He was in the United States Marine Corps before he joined the department and he’s been with us for nine years. He’s saved children’s lives…He’s going to have to accept responsibility for his words and what he said and how he said it. And he will, I know that. People make mistakes, and the only thing we can do is admit it and correct it. I do not approve of that comment.”
Asked if Corporal Plummer was aware that Sophie was allegedly sexually abused, Truehitt said he believed he was aware that the Frisco PD was investigating those allegations prior to his conversation with Michael Long.
“I’ve spoken with a lot of victims of sexual abuse, and this has reignited their worst horrors. These investigations are some of the most difficult. They often involve a family member. In many cases, the outcry is not for years or decades after the abuse occurred and there’s almost no physical evidence [at that time]. They almost inevitably turn into one person’s statement versus the other’s.”
“I encourage the truth to be out there and my heart goes out to this little girl.”
Sergeant Evan Mattei, a Frisco Police Department public information officer, spoke to Nationalist Review about the incident as well.
Sgt. Mattei was unable to give Nationalist Review much information about the incident but did refer us to the statements issued by his department (embedded below).
He assured us that Sophie is currently in a safe location where no further abuse is possible, but due to the nature of the case, Texas state law prohibits any further information about a minor being disclosed.
He requested that we inform the public that a rumor being spread about Jacob Bellington (alleged abuser) working for the Frisco Police Department is not true, and that Bellington has never had any association with Frisco PD.