CAPE TOWN - The body of evidence against a Bonteheuwel mother captured for purportedly selling bare photos of her four-year-old girl on the dull web has been delayed to November.
The lady showed up in the Bishop Lavis Magistrates Court on Wednesday morning.
She was captured in July after the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) got her action on the web.
The body of evidence against the Bonteheuwel mother has been deferred to 17 November. She'll remain in jail.
The lady can't be named to secure her girl's character.
Councilor Angus McKenzie joined a gathering of inhabitants which fought outside the court on Wednesday morning.
"A young lady and her kin are battling with the eventual outcomes of how the mother has dealt with her. We need to guarantee that this woman stays in jail."
It's supposed the mother was paid for the photos through PayPal.
A US Homeland Security specialist acting like a purchaser and afterward followed her by means of geotagging prompting her capture in July.
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