Mom helped pimp out special-needs daughter for sex

Cheryl Tchida left the teen, who has dwarfism and an IQ of 45 and is now pregnant, at different locations over a 6-week period. She was sentenced to 6 months in a workhouse for her deed.

Cheryl Ann Tchida “dropped” off her special-needs daughter, 19, with men at a hotel, who repeatedly raped her.

Cheryl Ann Tchida “dropped” off her special-needs daughter, 19, with men at a hotel, who repeatedly raped her.


A sick Minnesota mom who pimped out her special-needs daughter for sex has been sentenced to six months in a county workhouse.

Cheryl Tchida, 51, dumped her 19-year-old daughter — who has dwarfism, the mental age of a 5-year-old and an IQ of just 45 — at various locations over a six week period.

The teen — who can’t tell time, read, or care for herself — was raped by several men and even ended up getting pregnant.

A judge heard Tchida first dropped her daughter off at a Roseville motel on July 3, 2012, so she could “hang out” with a 17-year-old pal she’d met days earlier.

Once inside, the man — who’d brought along his uncle and four others — set up an online dating account on LiveLinks to advertise her as a hooker charging $200 per act.

They then proceeded, against the teen’s will, to gang-rape her.

She tried to get her mom to pick her up, but her phone calls were ignored.

The following day, one of the men then drove her to his apartment and repeatedly raped her for several days.

He eventually let her leave.

But, despite her daughter’s claims that she’d been raped, Tchida returned her to him days later at a Minneapolis motel where she was again forced to have sex with several men.

Then, in August, Tchida discovered her daughter was pregnant and decided to call the cops to report the multiple assaults.

Tchida pleaded guilty in April to neglect.

Judge Gary Bastian sentenced her on Wednesday to six months in the Ramsey County workhouse.

He also added a six-month suspended jail sentence with two years probation.

Prosecutor Tara Patet, of the St. Paul city attorney’s office, was quoted by Pioneer Press as saying she “directly put her in harm’s way time and time and time again.”

The teen, who needs round-the-clock care, has since been placed in foster care.