go A North Carolina woman was arrested following an investigation into an alleged nine-month long affair she had with a teenaged boy. Given that the age of consent in North Carolina is 16, assume the age of the unnamed male victim in the case is less than that.
The Boy Confessed to the Police About the Affair
cheap viagra from uk It’s unclear what led the boy in the case to tell an adult about his long term sexual relations with levitra prices american pharmacies Tersea Gentry, 39, of Harmony, North Carolina. But on January 25th, the boy showed up at the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office to file a report as a victim of a sex crime.
The boy fingered, so to speak, Gentry, a long time friend of the family, and investigators started to comb through evidence the boy provided. This included several texts, photos, and videos Teresa Gentry sent the boy containing graphic messages and images. Mind you, this is a heavyset 39 year old woman. But the heart wants what the heart wants.
Sheriff’s Sex Crimes Unit Investigated Teresa Gentry
Special Victims Unit cops received a warrant to search Gentry’s electronic items, not only for her XXX sends, but also receipts of similar she had requested from the boy.
As we’ve discussed here so many times in our little female sex criminal primer — don’t create mounds and mounds of forever saved evidence against yourself. Criminal genius does not apply in these cases. Not even close.
Police arrested Teresa Gentry the same day they received the warrant to search all of her devices. She was charged with statutory rape (again, that boy must be under 16), five counts of sending pornographic material (namely, her selfies) to a minor, and a couple counts of exploitation of a minor, which feels like an add-on once you get past the rape.
Teresa Gentry Isn’t the First Family Friend to Sex Up a Child
Earlier this month we covered the case of Casey Chapman of Wichita Falls. Chapman is sitting in the pokey on $750,000 bond for three counts of sexually assaulting the 12-year old daughter of a friend.
If you’re starting to get the impression that modern age, gender equality, and the rise of women in strength and independence also means we’ll be seeing more female predators as we move along — bingo. Women will never rank equal to men in sexual predatory nature, but the numbers certainly seem to be rising.