Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Wild soccer mom

A 'soccer mom' who screened a pornographic movie for her son and two of his 14-year-old friends has been arrested.

Susan Hammond, who describes herself on Facebook as a 'wild hot soccer mom', is also alleged to have plied the teens with alcohol during the screening of the adult movie. Police said she sent one of the teens sexually  explicit messages, including one about a sex act she would like to perform.

Susan Hammond was arrested after allegedly giving shots to and screening porn for three boys, 14, one of whom was her son. She reportedly sent a lewd message to one of the friends afterwards
Hammond, 47, from Lexington, South Carolina, was arrested after the mother of one of the teens tipped off police about the porn show.
Police believe that other illegal activity could have taken place between Hammond and one of the teens.

I think a lot more probably happened based on the information we have but we've just not been able to gather sufficient evidence to bring additional charges,' said Lexington County Sheriff James Metts.

She allegedly screened The Wedding featuring porn star Poppy Morgan. Hammond allowed the teens to watch a film at her home on August 13th after retrieving the X-rated movie from her bedroom.
The three boys were all friends from playing on the local soccer team with Hammond an enthusiastic supporter. 'The movie was from start to finish, scenes of people having sex,' reads the arrest report. The DVD was seized as evidence from her home.

Hammond also provided alcohol shots for the teens as they watched the adult film.
After being arrested she confessed to putting on the porn film and supplying alcohol to minors. Hammond was charged with disseminating obscene material to minors-- was released from custody after posting $10,000 bond.

People in the community describe Russell as a soccer mom. 'I feel like people need to understand, that just because they know somebody on the soccer field, it doesn't mean they know who they are,' said a parent who did not want to be identified. 'She was the soccer mom, somebody we all thought we knew and could trust,' she said.

According to the parent, the soccer team is still practicing together, and many of the boys are embarrassed about the situation.


Tuesday, September 20, 2011

I want a religion professor like her

A religious education teacher sent explicit text messages to a 14-year-old pupil leaving him in ‘no doubt of what she would like to do or what she wanted him to do to her’.

Kathryn Roach, 24, targeted the boy after he and some other pupils got hold of her mobile phone and punched their numbers into it. Roach then sent a series of sexual texts to one pupil saying they should meet and describing what she would like to do to him, a court heard.

Last night her career lay in tatters after she admitted sending the lewd messages to a pupil at the school where she worked. And a judge warned the newly-qualified teacher that, because of the seriousness of her crime, she could face a prison sentence.

Police arrested Roach – who appeared at Bolton Crown Court yesterday – after they were made aware of the catalogue of texts and she was immediately suspended from the school. Although she never met the pupil outside the school, they had exchanged a ‘substantial number’ of messages, which the court heard had become increasingly sexual in their nature.

David Clarke, prosecuting, said the case was about the abuse of a position of trust and the nature of the messages exchanged.
He said: ‘Sexual activity didn’t take place. The extent it would have gone to is hard to tell.’
Mary McKeone, defending, said: ‘She accepts that by sending a number of text messages sexual in their nature she incited the complainant – a child – to engage in sexual activity.’

Judge Stephen Everett said: ‘She was the boy’s teacher and had sent him a substantial number of texts which, at least in part, became more sexual in nature. ‘She is a teacher in a position of trust being in contact, in this way, with a pupil.’ He told Roach: ‘You must now go and sign the sex offenders register. I have no thoughts as to what sentence is appropriate be it custodial or non-custodial. All sentence options are open and you must prepare yourself for that.’

At a previous hearing magistrates heard Roach was a newly-qualified teacher. 'All sentence options are open': Roach appeared at Bolton Crown Court yesterday. She was arrested after police were made aware of the catalogue of texts Ruth Atkinson, prosecuting, said: ‘This lady, a newly-qualified teacher, taught RE three times a week having involvement with the victim during teaching.

‘There was a time when the boys got hold of her mobile phone and put their phone numbers into it.
‘Then she took it upon herself to target this one male, sending inappropriate text messages. The messages were completely inappropriate, of a sexual nature leaving no doubt what she would like to do or what she wanted him to do to her.’

The school, which cannot be identified for legal reasons, is a Roman Catholic high school with more than 1,000 pupils, considered good and ‘improving’ by Ofsted. Roach, of Croxteth, Liverpool, who has no previous convictions, yesterday appeared in the dock pleading guilty to inciting a child to engage in sexual activity between March 22 and April 14 last year.


Monday, September 19, 2011


One of the myths of child exploitation is that the abusers are always men and never women.

Angie J, her hands in shackles and wearing a khaki "Niagara County Jail" jumpsuit, stood before a federal judge Thursday, proof that women also can fall into the dark, sad world of child pornography.

Angie, a 35-year-old Michigan woman, was sentenced to seven years in prison and is believed to be the first woman found guilty in Western New York of using the Internet to travel across state lines and entice an underaged person into sexual activity.

The mother of five -- she has a son the same age as the victim -- also admitted traveling here in June 2010 and having sex with the 16-year-old youth while parked in a rental car in an Amherst park.

"We will live with this tragedy for the rest of our lives," the youth's father said in a statement to U.S. District Judge William M. Skretny.

Angie and four of her family members, including a young son and daughter, looked on as the father -- The Buffalo News is not identifying him or his son -- recounted the anger, depression and sadness still plaguing his family. "Never in a million years would we imagine that something like this would happen to our son and our family," he told the judge.

Angie's sentencing ends a tale that began when she and the victim, who was 15 at the time, met in October 2009 through an online video game, "World of Warcraft." Through online chats, emails and telephone calls, the two developed a relationship that eventually became more and more sexual. According to the courts she drove from Michigan to an Amherst department store parking lot where she had sex with the boy in the back of a car.

A few months after her sexual rendezvous with the youth, Jenkins was arrested at her home in Lowell, Mich., just outside Grand Rapids. Authorities also seized her computer and found graphic images sent from the youth at her request. She eventually pleaded guilty to receiving child pornography.

"I wish I could take it all back," Angie told Skretny. "I cry every day, and I don't wake up any morning without having a nightmare about what happened." At several points during her sentencing, Angie, who was sobbing, turned to her family and smiled. Toward the end, she looked at her young son, also in tears, and mouthed, "I love you."

During a plea for leniency, Angieand her lawyer, Assistant Public Defender Kimberly A. Schechter, referred to her long history of being abused, by her stepfather and cousin to one of her two former husbands.

Schechter also suggested that while Angie's actions were illegal, she was motivated, not by a desire for sex, but by her love for the youth. "She really felt that, and that's what's driving this whole thing," she said. "She was looking for stability." The federal prosecutor didn't buy any of it.

"She's trying to spin a web of a story about her life that just isn't true," Assistant U.S. Attorney Aaron J. Mango told Skretny. He pointed out that Angies emails to the youth confirm she knew he was under-aged. He also accused her of trying to manipulate the youth by threatening suicide when he broke off the relationship last year. "She ruined this victim," he said. "And she knew what she was doing was illegal."

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Up in the air

'Drunken': Katherine Goldberg ‘demanded sex from a male steward'. Goldberg was flying from South Africa to Heathrow in August when she is said to have drunkenly grabbed the crew member’s penis, Uxbridge magistrates heard.

Prosecutor Stella Waata described how Miss Goldberg had 'sexually assaulted one of the crew members by demanding to have sex with him and grabbing his crotch area'.
'She was believed to have drunk at least 50 centilitres of whisky,' she added.

The 25-year-old from Ealing Common, west London, is charged with one count of sexual assault on a male and another of being drunk in an aircraft.

Wearing a white shirt and light pink trousers and appearing tearful in the dock, the education worker spoke only to confirm her name, address and date of birth.

Goldberg was granted unconditional bail until she appears at the same court on September 22.


Saturday, September 17, 2011

Baby Sitter love details revealed

Babysitter's seduction: Loni B is accused of having a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old boy who she was hired to look after
She knew her trysts with the boy she was hired to babysit were illegal, but said the law can’t decide who she fell in love with.

Journals of Loni B, 20, who was arrested July 12 after the boy’s mom discovered the affair, are revealing more about the relationship.

In the books, seized by cops after her arrest, Miss B writes about the 'amazing' sex she had with the boy and professed her love for him.

She wrote that their age difference shouldn’t matter, and that she has finally found 'the guy who treats me right.'

She wrote: 'I don't care about the law. I just want to be with him and not have to hide it.'
She added: 'How can the law tell us who to fall for, who to like and who to love and especially who to date? I thought America was a free country.'
Miss B, of Clinton, Connecticut, was taken into custody after his mother found an exchange of messages on the boy’s Facebook page.
She reportedly sent the boy's parents text messages after they found out about the affair, asking if they could 'work this out.'

She also allegedly told them they 'don't need to call the police' and 'let's act like adults.'
The boy's parents filed a restraining order against Miss B in May.
Around that time, she wrote in her journal: ‘His mom absolutely HATES me because of the situation and I understand why, but she's being immature about it.’

She also wrote that she was cutting herself and used a bracelet the boy gave her to cover the scratches.
In a separate notebook seized from her home, police found letters written to the boy, where Miss B said she was upset his parents had filed the restraining order, and missed waking up next to him.
B, who has been freed from jail after posting $1,000 bond, faces charges of second-degree sexual assault, purchasing alcohol for a minor and two counts of risk of injury to a minor.
She also told police she was involved with another underage boy from the same town, the Hartford Courant reported.

Miss B is due back in court on October 3. The woman’s mother, Kimmy B, was also jailed last month and charged with providing marijuana and alcohol to the boy.

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