This Woman Was Raped 300 Times In Her Sleep By Her Husband

Sup Travellers?! I read about this story a couple days ago but it was so far-fetched that I didn't even take a minute to even try to believe it. But according to the Mirror UK, Metro UK and Daily Mail it's actually true.

26-year-old Sarah Tetley says she was brutally raped in her sleep by her husband Charlie Tetley more than 300 times, only becoming aware of the abuse when she woke up in the middle of an attack. 

"I woke up in the morning in that sort of drowsy just-waking-up stage and realized that he was molesting me in my sleep," she told ITV's {This Morning}. 

She immediately sought help from the police.

But it's when the police searched the house did things really get revealed. Apparently, that attack Sarah woke up in the middle of wasn't the first one. Police discovered 316 videos documenting the horrific assaults. 

"A lot of videos weren't just of him but of household objects and things he would decide to do with those," Sarah said. "It was quite disturbing. In a couple of the videos I watched you couldn't hear me breathing, and I didn't really appear to be moving at all. I did look like I was dead in some of them," she said. 

Her husband ultimately pleaded guilty to five counts of rape, attempted rape, eight counts of assault by penetration, three counts of sexual assault and 10 counts of making indecent images of children, according to a statement from the Leicestershire Police. In August, he was sentenced to 12 years in prison. 

"The victim has shown immense bravery throughout the investigation and court process," detective Mike Buckey said in a statement.  "I hope that the sentence passed … will help the victim move on with her life and put the events of those two-and-half-years behind her." 

Sarah, who has suffered from panic attacks and depression since Charlie's arrest, says she is on a waiting list to receive counseling. 

"No matter how I think about it I never saw that coming," she said. "I had trouble sleeping for a while, I didn't really sleep for the first four or five months, I slept when I passed out." 

Nowadays, Sarah is in a happy relationship with her neighbor, but she wants to encourage other women speak out against marital abuse. 

"If in anyway you're being abused you should tell someone – even if it's just mentally – whatever kind of abuse it is," she said. "It might be nothing but it might also be something quite big." 

There are a million unanswered questions but I don't think I'm going to attempt to answer any of them. Let's just be happy that Sarah moved on and her rapist husband is far far away from her.  This story could have ended worse. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.