Woman denies incest
A SUFFOLK woman accused of having sex with her father today told a court she still does not know who her natural father is.Kerry Spink, 24, said: "I still do no know today who my father is.
A SUFFOLK woman accused of having sex with her father today told a court she still does not know who her natural father is.
Kerry Spink, 24, said: "I still do not know today who my father is."
Kerry was told by police that scientific evidence had proved that Graham Spink, 48, was 110,000 times more likely to be her father than any unknown, unrelated man.
After hearing the results at Ipswich Crown Court Kerry said: "It might be more likely that Graham is my father, now I have heard the results."
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Kerry and Graham both of Cleveland Road, Lowestoft, have each denied two offences of incest.
They admit they had a sexual relationship between December 2000 and May last year which resulted in the birth of their baby daughter earlier this year. However they deny knowing they were father and daughter.
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Kerry told the court: "If I knew he was my father I would not have had a relationship with him."
She said their sexual relationship had ceased since they were arrested.
Kerry said she believed Graham's older brother, Richard, had been her father although she had always called Graham "Dad".
The trial continues.