Georgia mom accepted payment for man to have sex with and sodomize 5-year-old daughter, cops say
Kristy Siple has been charged her with murder and human trafficking in connection with the death of her daughter
Jeremy Tremaine Williams, 37, is also charged with capital murder in the girl’s death
Arrest warrant included in court records claim Kristy Siple agreed to accept payment from someone “for having sexual intercourse and sodomy with her minor child.”
Body of Kamarie Holland, 5, was discovered at an abandoned house in Phenix City, Alabama, the night of Dec.13
Siple told cops she woke up at 5:50 a.m. on Dec. 13 to find her daughter was gone and the front door of their Columbus, Georgia, home open
The alleged killer Jeremy Williams faces the possibility of life without parole or the death sentence.
Alabama law enforcement officials in Phenix City, Alabama claim a Georgia woman charged in her 5-year-old daughter’s death had accepted payment to let a man have sex with the child.
The arrest was made after disturbing new details surfaced connecting Georgia woman with the asphyxiation murder and sexual assault of her five-year-old daughter.
Kristy Siple, who also goes by Kristy Hoskins, was arrested Tuesday for felony murder of Kamarie Holland.
Siple of Columbus, Georgia is charged with three counts of Felony Murder in the course of a Kidnapping, Sodomy, and Rape of Holland. Siple is also charged with Human Trafficking first degree.
An arrest warrant included in court records claim Siple agreed to accept payment from someone “for having sexual intercourse and sodomy with her minor child.”
The body of Kamarie Holland, 5, was discovered at an abandoned house in Phenix City, Alabama, on Dec. 13, the same day after she had been reported missing in Georgia by her mother.
Authorities arrested Siple this week and charged her with murder and human trafficking in connection with the death of her daughter.
The pedophile murder suspect, Jeremy Tremaine Williams, 37, is also charged with capital murder in the girl’s death.
Russell County authorities said the young victim was reported to have been kidnapped from her mother’s home in Columbus, Georgia. Later that night, her body was found in an abandoned home on 15th Street in Phenix City.
According to locals the suspect, Jeremy Williams, had ties with the home.
In a tearful interview with WTVM-TV before her arrest, Siple, who also goes by the last name said she had nothing to do with her daughter’s death and disappearance.
“I’m a mommy. I did not have nothing to do with this,” Hoskins told the station. “She was my life. I lived for her daily. She was my only girl. I have 3 boys and her.”
Siple had told police that when she woke up at 5:50 a.m. on Dec. 13 that her daughter was gone and the front door of their Columbus, Georgia, home was open, Russell County Sheriff Heath Taylor said earlier this month.
Russell County Sheriff Heath Taylor says Kamarie was kidnapped from her mother’s home in Columbus, and found in the suspects abandoned home on 15th Street in Phenix City. Holland’s body was found later that night at an abandoned home in Alabama, he said.
Taylor said that Williams once lived at the home where the Kamarie’s body was found.
“She was deceased and the manner of death at this time looks to be asphyxiation. It did appear from the scene that there was some sexual abuse,” explained Sheriff Taylor in a press conference.
Charged with with capital murder, Williams faces the possibility of life without parole or the death sentence.
Appearing at a local TV station a the time a tearful Siple appeared to be in pain trying to come to grips with her daughter’s brutal death, “I’m making it…I’m coping,” said Siple.”
Sheriff Taylor said Siple and Williams had a prior relationship, but he did not describe the nature of that relationship.
Siple says Kamarie’s father, Corey Holland, had custody of the child and they lived in Phenix City. Kamarie was at her mothers house when she went missing – something she says she had nothing to do with.
Corey Holland, issued a statement Tuesday night through a family spokesperson after the Siple was arrested.
“The amount of pain Kristy has caused by ripping Kamarie out of our lives will never cease. We are glad to see that she has been arrested. We are one step closer to justice for Kamarie. It’s our hope that justice is served. Kristy should receive whatever the maximum penalty she can get,” the statement read. “… She’s a monster. A real mother protects and would die for her children. Kristy is a monster. My family and I will continue to wrestle with the loss of losing our angel Kamarie. We will ask that you continue to make your news about her and the justice she deserves.”