A ROTHERHAM sex abuse victim says she can't hate the man who raped her causing her to fall pregnant at 14 because her son "is a part of him".
Sammy Woodhouse was groomed, raped and fell pregnant to 25-year-old paedo ringleader Arshid “Ash” Hussain in 1999.
But writing in the Mail on Sunday, she says she can't hate her abuser.
She said: "People expect me to hate Ash but I can't. My son is part of him and if I hated him, I would have to hate my son.
"I loved Ash. I had a child with him and I expected to spend the rest of my life with him. I was that deluded."
Hussain was part of a paedophile gang, who along with many others groups in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, abused over 1,000 kids between 1997 and 2013.
After picking Sammy up at local shops one night, the “dangerous criminal” told her he had spent time in jail and had stolen cars.
Infatuated with Hussain, the schoolgirl started seeing the British Pakistani man nearly every day and soon began a sexual relationship with her violent and sadistic abuser.
After a month they were having sex daily. Twice he got her pregnant, the first time she had an abortion, but when she was 15 she gave birth to a baby boy named James.
Hussain also persuaded Sammy to break the law - including taking part in an armed post office robbery, she claims.
She has now slammed cops who she says accused her of being a "child prostitute" and social services for threatening to take her kids away.
Sammy claims how, when she finally opened up to police about the grooming, cops told her she originally would have been seen as a "lovesick teenager ".
And speaking about a 2001 report into the abuse, Sammy said: "Chillingly, I learned I was named as one of 10 victims – or 'child prostitutes’ as we were still called then."
Her distraught parents had asked for Sammy to be taken into care to keep her away from Hussain.
Yet social workers allowed him to keep meeting the vulnerable teen, even though they knew he had been in prison.
After speaking out about the abuse she suffered, Sammy claims social services threatened to take her two children away and put them on a "protection order".
She said: "[Social services] had failed to protect me for years, yet now I was naming and shaming them in the media, they wanted to protect my children.
"It felt like I was being blackmailed to stop campaigning. I considered stopping, but realised it was the very last thing I should do."
Determined Sammy carried on her crusade for justice and finally saw Hussain put behind bars for 25 years in December 2015.
She is now hoping to stop any other children from being sexually exploited after she suffered with "major depression, disengagement and emotional detachment issues" and an eating disorder.
In February 2016, following a high profile court case into the Rotherham sex scandal, Arshid Hussain, 41, was jailed for 35 years for 23 offences, which included rape and indecent assault.
Among his nine victims was an 11-year-old girl.