Family Crimes

Wife Of Husband Who Allegedly Told Kids 'Incest Is Normal' Filing For Divorce

Sheila Johnson, who has been charged with incest and bestiality filed for divorce from her husband Keylin who allegedly said that the best way to build a family bond was through incest. 

The dog days may be over for one Indiana woman accused of incest and bestiality.

Sheila Lynn Johnson has filed for divorce from her husband Keylin Lee Johnson Thursday according to court documents obtained by Oxygen.

The couple is accused of having sex with their three children, and even their dog.

Their oldest child allegedly told police that their dad told them that “incest was a normal way of life” and “the best way to build a family bond was to have sex with your parents, particularly your mother,” according to WISH-TV in Indianapolis.  

Sheila’s trial has been set for July and Keylin’s has been set for August, according to court documents. Both face some pretty disturbing allegations.

“He (the father) also advised it was safer to have sex with people in your own family, rather than strangers,” police claimed the eldest child told them. It is unclear how old the children are but the alleged abuse has been going on since 2012. The same child “also indicated that his mother was involved in sexual relations with the family dog,” according to WISH-TV.

Police interviewed the mother, who allegedly admitted to incest, child abuse and an attempt to have sex with the family dog. She said that she and Keylin “would always want to role play and suggested mother-son sex scenarios.” Keylin, meanwhile, admitted to being addicted to pornography and to saving a naked photograph of at least one of his children.

He said, “I am guilty of internet porn and other stuff,” according to WBIW in Lawrence.

Keylin, 52,  faces child molestation, incest and possession of child pornography charges while his wife is looking at molestation, incest and bestiality charges. Sheila, 44, is crying in her mugshot.

Oxygen has reached out to Steven Bryan Donaldson, an attorney that is representing both parties in their criminal cases and has not yet heard back. According to court documents, Sheila filed for the divorce without an attorney present. She wants to return to using her maiden name, Sheila Royal.

[Photo: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office]

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