The victim had an abortion on returning to the UK, with her doctor reporting his concerns to social services. Pkemoi Ng'enoh Helen Atsenga has accused a city con prophet of taking advantage of her desperate situation and toying with her privacy. Mbugua says witchdoctors like preachers spreading prosperity messages take advantage of women since they sacrifice a lot without giving it a second thought. She was just 13 when the marriage contract was created against her will and had had to undergo an abortion on returning to the UK, with her GP reporting his concerns to social services. Prosecutions for forced marriage, which became an offence in , are rare. On March 23, this year, Helen Atsenga received a life-changing call from a stranger. Pakistan A mother has been convicted of tricking her daughter into a forced marriage abroad in a case believed to be a legal first. Her mother was found guilty of tricking her into travelling and forcing her to marry following a trial at Birmingham Crown Court, where a jury heard how the victim had sobbed as she was married to the male relative, who had left her pregnant following an earlier trip. The mother, who cannot be named for legal reasons to protect the identity of the victim, was convicted of deceiving the victim to go to Pakistan, in order to enter into a false marriage, forced marriage and perjury. It is the first time a forced marriage case of this kind has been successfully prosecuted in an English court. Both were naked at the time. Jurors also heard how years earlier, following her abortion, the teenager had turned to drink and drugs. She travelled abroad shortly before she turned 18 and the couple were then married in September , after she had celebrated her birthday.