The angry grandparents of the Bishop Lavis teen says the 47-year-old man has been using her for sex for a long time and despite being sent to prison he returned to “date” the girl.
The man was caught with the girl in his home on Friday night after he allegedly stalked the Grade 6 pupil at school last week.
Her angry grandparents called police after the girl did not return home.
The girl, who refers to the man as her “boyfriend”, says she first met him in February 2018 when she was 13-years-old.
“My cousin was dating his brother and that is how I met him,” she tells the Daily Voice.
“He started talking to me and he was my boyfriend. He was 45 when I met him and he turned 46 in July and that is when I fell pregnant.
“My sister took me to Tygerberg Hospital and I had an abortion.”
Her 65-year-old oupa says he was shocked and furious when he learnt about what had happened.
“Her parents are dead and she lives with my wife and me,” he says.
“They arrested him and he went to court, but we never heard anything again about the case.
“We didn’t even know he was out until last week.”
According to a police source the man was convicted of statutory rape in 2018 and sent to prison for 10 months.
“His sentence is suspended for three years where he may not be caught for the same crime.”
The girl admits going to the paedophile’s home on Friday out of her own.
“He came to my school and was following me. I went to speak to him on Friday to fix the phones where our chats were on.
“We just wanted to talk about what happened to our baby. We did have sex (on Friday), but it wasn’t rape, it was normal sex, then the police came,” she says.
Cops say the girl was dik kwaad when her “berk” was being locked up.
“She was tested (for AIDS and STIs), but refused to take her medication and told us she loves him,” says the source.
“He has really brainwashed that child because she doesn’t believe what he did was wrong.”
Police spokesperson, Lieutenant-Colonel Andrè Traut, confirms the case and says the man will appear at the Wynberg Magistrates’ Court on Monday.