A MUM has disowned her paedo daughter after she raped a young girl and shared sickening photos online.
Vicki Bevan, 37, repeatedly sexually assaulted the child under 13, sometimes alongside Paul Rafferty, 62, and Tony Hutton, 42.
She told the men there were "no boundaries" to the abuse and instigated conversations about the sexual abuse, rape and torture of the girl.
Her reign of terror came to an end when the trio were arrested after they shared perverted pictures and videos of the abuse.
Bevan's mum has now slammed her vile daughter after she was jailed for life with a minimum of ten years at Liverpool Crown Court.
Shirley, 64, told The Sun Online: "We've all disowned her.
"We don't want anything to do with her anymore.
"The whole thing is just too upsetting."
Other family members have also shunned Bevan, who was seen laughing in the dock at previous court hearings.
One, who did not wish to be named, said: "Everyone is disgusted by what she has done.
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"We hate her for these vile crimes. They should throw the book at her.
"We're all scared we'll be tainted by this and people think we are like her.
"But we have nothing to do with her anymore."
While ormer neighbour Mary Brown, 47, said: "She should rot in jail for what's she done.
"People are horrified with her abusing a child.
Bevan admitted 34 sexual offences including one count of rape and five counts of assault by penetration.
The monster also pleaded guilty to 17 counts of making indecent images of a child and two counts of possessing extreme animal pornography concerning 100 "grossly offensive, disgusting or otherwise obscene" images.
Sentencing, Judge Andrew Menary said the scale of depravity "beggars belief".
The court was told her evil crimes were revealed when videos and images were found on the phone of a convicted paedophile.
Bevan's home was searched and laptops and a mobile phone containing several indecent images of children were seized by police.
Senior Crown Prosecutor Pauline Newrick, a specialist prosecutor with CPS Mersey-Cheshire Rape and Serious Sexual Offences (RASSO) unit, said: “This is one of the worst cases I have been involved in, in my time at the Crown Prosecution Service. There are certain cases that it is difficult to get out of your waking thoughts.
“This is a woman who has gone out of her way to satisfy her own sexual needs and those of men she communicates with online by abusing a young girl.
"She has assisted men to rape and sexually abuse this child and has also sexually abused her for her own personal pleasure.
“If she had not been caught, no doubt she would have continued arranging for this young girl and potentially others to be abused by herself and men in the most horrendous way.
"She has not confined herself to the actual abuse - she has encouraged others to participate. What woman could do that to a child?”