False Allegations of Satanic Cult Abuse – Revenge Mixed With Blackmail?


Here’s a tale from the Mirror Newspaper about what happens when an unhappy mother, who believes she deserves so much better than she’s been handed by life, decides to take her frustrations out on her local community.

Police are hunting the “evil” mother who forced her young children to make claims to social services and in online videos that their father was the leader of a satanic paedophile cult. Ella Draper is now being investigated by a specialist police team after the 42-year-old, pictured swanning in a cannabis field, tortured her children by making them make the false claims in partnership with her lover Abraham Christie.

Draper, who is believed to have fled abroad, is wanted for questioning by police over false allegations that continue to be made in online videos and articles, sparking fears of vigilante attacks. Police are also hunting Sabine McNeill, a supporter of Draper, for alleged harassment. The names and addresses of teachers, parents and children attending the school have been published online alongside the false allegations, which have been seen by over four million people worldwide.

In a damning 22-page judgment, High Court judge Mrs Justice Pauffley ruled that the children had been “tortured” and “brainwashed” by Draper and Christie. The judge had been asked to examine the facts in a family court hearing by social services. But even after last week’s judgment, Draper made a video ‘witness statement’ on March 21, posted online, repeating false claims of “rape, sodomy, murder and cannibalism” against exonerated individuals.

As a result of the judge’s findings and the material that continues to be published online, police have launched two investigations. Met detectives in Camden and Barnet are investigating the alleged harassment of the parents and school pupils. In a group email to the parents on March 24, police said of Draper and McNeill: “Once found, they will be arrested and questioned.” The Met’s Child Abuse Investigation Team based at Barnet is also investigating Draper and Christie. Police attempted to arrest Draper on February 12 but were denied entry to her Hampstead home and three people escaped out of a back window. 


Their supporters from across the country continue to target the school and church attached to it with a mob screaming ‘paedophiles’ at parishioners at morning service on Sunday.

One mother who had their name, address, contact details and name of their child posted online, said: “This is a living nightmare without end.

“It really does beggar belief and adds insult to injury that ….Draper still has the audacity to be fuelling the fire by repeating false allegations against us all.

“There are more and more vigilantes coming on board instead of this dying

“I think the police are frustrated as they would like to see the people who have devastated the lives of so many families brought to book.

“They are doing their best with the resources they have and within the remit of the current laws, which do not yet adequately cover the internet and the situation we find ourselves in.


“We have all had abusive telephone calls and emails accusing us of ‘killing babies’ and being ‘paedophile scum’.

“I was given a panic alarm by the police six or seven weeks ago and am enquiring about a fire-proof letterbox.

“We are having to be very aware of who is hanging around the school and our houses.

The maximum penalty under the Malicious Communications Act 1998 for knowingly making false allegations online is six months.