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Babysitter, 19, Accused Of Raping 11-Year-Old Boy

September 17, 2010 at 8:48 am by  

Felton, DE - Cassandra Epperson, 19, has been arrested on charges of child rape after the mother of an 11-year-old boy accused her of raping the child while she was babysitting late last month. According to police, Epperson was hired to babysit five siblings on August 20th while their mother went out for the evening. At some point between 8:00 p.m. and 3:00 a.m., Epperson allegedly followed the young boy into the bathroom, pulled down her pants and underwear and demanded the child do the same. When the boy refused, Epperson reportedly threatened to “tell his mom.” Exactly what she was going to tell his mom is unclear. Police say the boy waited nearly a week before informing his mother of the incident. Epperson was arrested on Wednesday and charged with first-degree rape, unlawful sexual contact and endangering the welfare of a child. During question, Epperson denied having sexual contact with the boy. She has already been released on $2,000 secured bail.

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  • MM222

    I got sick chills at the thought of that thing “following him into the bathroom”…. poor child!

  • Boughtthefarm

    Disgusting bitch. I hope she has to register as a sex offender.

  • Anonymous

    I have an itchy feeling that the babysitter just may be innocent. The details the 11-year old gave sound like an 11-year old imagination and an episode of Law and Order: SVU without all the prep a pedo usually puts into thier mark. Boys usually don’t want mom to go out, to see other men and with 5 children it is hard to find someone willing to babysit. I think this maybe a get rid of the babysitter for good thing. Kids usually don’t think about the consequences to others.

  • Lilloric

    this story sucks on so many levels.first she is a fat fugly bitch.second doing that to a child of any gender will fuck them up for life. and third if i was guy of any age being forced to have sex with that i woud probably turn gay.

  • Anonymous

    This story does sound more than a little odd . . . maybe it happened and maybe the kid was forced off his x-box and made to go to bed so he wanted to make sure that he never had that mean old babysitter ever again! Obviously the legal system is not too concerned her bail is only at $2k seriously?

  • http://www.facebook.com/nborreggine Nikki Borreggine

    When I read this, I thought similarly. I hope it is so. That way the boy didn’t really have to go through such a traumatic situation. If she did, I hope she get’s what is coming to her.

  • Anonymous

    That was my thinking…. I wonder if he tried other things first during the week. Like she was mean to me. Or even tried to enlist his siblings to help and they wouldn’t. I also wonder if he is the oldest male, that would make a strong case for the “man of the house” syndrome too. The bail amount caught my eye too.

  • Pyncky

    *Pyncky’s nose crinkles as he sniffs the air* I smell BULLSHIT!

  • aka jas

    Yhea, that came to my mind as well. If she is innocent she will still have the stigma of it. Either way, not pleasant.

  • Kwumey

    what a shock.. another country fair heiffer gone bad..
    whats up with these horny bloated sows preyin on kids? yeacch…that poor kid having to witness what was doin as she pulled down her pants is a felony in itself!…*gack*

  • Anonymous

    That does sound fishy. And not the stinky finger the boy reportedly got. Some ladies do get the hungry for smelly boys, and I hope it isnt her. Years ago I babysat a couple of kids, and I kicked the little boy off the SEGA, to go outside and play. He let me know that his mommy told him that if I didnt let him do what he wants, she wasnt going to pay me. I told the little shit I’ll do this for free. Get outside! So, there might be something more going on.

  • headonapike

    How does her asking him to take his pants down, even if she had hers down constitute as first degree rape, even if it is true? A whole week later the kid tells this story to his mom and this girl is charged with rape. Hey, I hate child molesters as much as most of the people on here, but this doesn’t seem fair, theres no evidence of any rape. If she really did anything, she should be charged with maybe lewdness. All of this is just hearsay, though, and there was no rape.

  • clairbaby

    I have a friend whose babysitter tried to have sex with him at a very young age (7). She was 19 at the time and he says he can remember it like it was yesterday (he is now 50). He had no idea at the time what she was doing to him other than her boobs were almost smothering him. He didn’t get an erection and the babysitter was angry! She got married two weeks later and he never saw her again. This kind of crap affects kids the rest of their lives obviously. Hopefully the boy is making it up but if he isn’t, she deserves to be punished and registered.

  • Kwumey

    @ clairbaby .. I heard about another guy had the same thing happen to him as a kid.. years later cops found several decapitated hookers buried in his basement.. so yeah I would assume that kind of thing can have a lifelong affect….
    Kind of a shame so many people are questioning the validity of the boys account.. If this was an 11 yr old girl cornered in the bathroom by a fat nasty male who exposed himself and fondled her… doubtful anyone would challenge it.. I would hope adult cops are not dumbwitted enuf to be conned in by an 11 yr old anyway(male or female) if they are making shit up for any reason…

  • Anonymous

    I agree. I don’t find anything especially suspect about the kids story. The news report doesn’t give every explicit detail of the rape, but they don’t typically get into the minute specifics of sexual assualts in news articles. There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.
    I can see where it’s a 16 year old boy “raped” by his foxy teacher people might have their doubts, but this is an 11 year old boy.

  • Mrssteinbeck

    I agree.

  • Mrssteinbeck

    “Kind of a shame so many people are questioning the validity of the boys account..”

    Or perhaps this is one of those rare occurrences where we are able to remind ourselves that people are innocent until proven guilty.

  • Mrssteinbeck

    *people are PRESUMED innocent, my bad

  • shiroyama_mama

    * this was supposed to be in reply to Kwumey

  • Kwumey

    @Mrssteinbeck- duh.. spoken like a true hack public defender..
    um.. I NEVER said the fat load was GUILTY….did I ? you know as well I do that when lil girls are diddled we’re all ready to string the “accused” up.. ( and rightfully so.. fuk em)..

    My point (read slowly now) is that there is NOT the rush to question the validity of the victimized when its a lil girl..
    capiche?

  • Anonymous

    Would a guy who did this to a little girl have bailed out with $2K?

    There’s definitely no reason for the double standard. This non-profit called Not Part of the Penalty released a study within the past month about children in detention centers/group homes etc… one in eight are sexually molested every year, and (at least in Texas, where the study was done) MOST of the perpetrators are women. It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is. It is fucked that the system seems to “play favorites” based on a molester’s demographic.

  • Anonymous

    Why would you look at a kid younger than 12… at their penis & think that THAT is going to be satisfying!? BLECH!

  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Kala-Lynn-Waters-Broccoli/646775267 Kala Lynn Waters Broccoli

    that’s ummm…nasty! that kid is scarred for life! whenever he reaches the “legal age,” he will be throwing rocks at it!

  • Lilloric

    it’s mainly only 1 person who spends their entire day on here.me thinks they have no life…and i would probably be right because they seem to be able to pick up things they saw on tv in these stories lol

  • Lilloric

    it’s mainly only 1 person who spends their entire day on here.me thinks they have no life…and i would probably be right because they seem to be able to pick up things they saw on tv in these stories lol

  • Lilloric

    it’s mainly only 1 person who spends their entire day on here.me thinks they have no life…and i would probably be right because they seem to be able to pick up things they saw on tv in these stories lol

  • Lilloric

    it’s mainly only 1 person who spends their entire day on here.me thinks they have no life…and i would probably be right because they seem to be able to pick up things they saw on tv in these stories lol

  • Lilloric

    it’s mainly only 1 person who spends their entire day on here.me thinks they have no life…and i would probably be right because they seem to be able to pick up things they saw on tv in these stories lol

  • Lilloric

    it’s mainly only 1 person who spends their entire day on here.me thinks they have no life…and i would probably be right because they seem to be able to pick up things they saw on tv in these stories lol

  • Lilloric

    it’s mainly only 1 person who spends their entire day on here.me thinks they have no life…and i would probably be right because they seem to be able to pick up things they saw on tv in these stories lol

  • Lilloric

    it’s mainly only 1 person who spends their entire day on here.me thinks they have no life…and i would probably be right because they seem to be able to pick up things they saw on tv in these stories lol

  • Lilloric

    it’s mainly only 1 person who spends their entire day on here.me thinks they have no life…and i would probably be right because they seem to be able to pick up things they saw on tv in these stories lol

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  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” There wouldn’t be a charge of rape if something that constitutes rape wasn’t alleged to have happened.”

    Are you kidding me?!? In today’s climate, that level of naivete is DANGEROUS. People are falsely charged with rape, child molestation, sexual misconduct, etc. ALL THE TIME in this country. That’s why we have trials – because “victims” don’t always tell the truth and DAs will sometimes throw the charge out there and see if it sticks regardless of evidence (or the lack thereof).

    When my sister was 11, she falsely told a school counselor that my father tried to strangle her because she was mad at him. She knew it would get the CPS involved and cause trouble for our dad, but she had NO IDEA of the extent of the consequences of her actions (the CPS investigation found the allegations to be unfounded, but not before trying to bully me into rolling over falsely on my dad and trying to give my mother “rules” about the way she raised us).

    As someone with intimate experience with the legal system, I would implore you to not be so blindly trusting.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • Athena

    ” It doesn’t sound right… but apparently it is.”

    What is this? The “Throw Reason to the Wind” thread???

    If it doesn’t sound right, it’s probably not. It’s been long established that, while the number of women who commit sex offenses against children is growing, men are still responsible for the overwhelming majority of sex offenses. I find it hard to believe that Texas is some statistical anomaly.

    This is the problem with studies that rely on self-reporting. People can tell you whatever they want. There is no judicial scrutiny applied. I would be especially skeptical of self-reporting done by kids in detention centers and group homes.

  • captaingrumpy

    fat and fucking ugly.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HCAPUNHB4TH5HMHXDY34YMIG6U eppie

    nobody ever takes a good picture when there being arrested. a picture dosent always say a thousand words.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HCAPUNHB4TH5HMHXDY34YMIG6U eppie

    i like the fact that you didnt immediately assume the accusations were true. and the sad part is people are falsely accused every day. i happen to know her and shes babysat for many people before. boys, girls ect

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HCAPUNHB4TH5HMHXDY34YMIG6U eppie

    i read your comment and thought sort of the same thing. parents really need to teach there children about what can happen if you say something happened that didnt really happen.. if she didnt do it she could very well go to jail for a long time

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HCAPUNHB4TH5HMHXDY34YMIG6U eppie

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested. i know this girl and in person shes very pretty, beautiful smile. i wonder how anyone would look being accused of rape

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • Parrot Toes

    everyone looks like crap when there being arrested.

    Well, not everyone looks like crap when arrested. These people didn’t:

    Ok, so one of these mugs was a bunny but I wanted to show that I am fair. Equal opportunity. Someone needs to look better than the women do……

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Jaded

    I respectfully disagree, eppie….my mugshots always come out lookin’ like I’d spent all day at Glamour Shots. All 19 of ‘em. Truth.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Jaded

    I respectfully disagree, eppie….my mugshots always come out lookin’ like I’d spent all day at Glamour Shots. All 19 of ‘em. Truth.

  • Parrot Toes

    Proof. You fans demand it.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Jaded

    There’s your proof right there, PT…that last pic, that’s me. I think that’s when I was popped for indecent exposure…was running around with my tail all hanging out and stuff.

  • Parrot Toes

    Aweh, you’re just so cute. I wanna cuddle ya. CanIhuhhuhhuh???

  • Anonymous

    lol i dont know if thats a good thing or bad thing, i guess i shouldve said most people

  • Anonymous

    lol i dont know if thats a good thing or bad thing, i guess i should of said most people

  • Anonymous

    sorry i accidently posted the same comment twice

  • Anonymous

    im not sure about tha,t alot of times especially when its a boy child there is no evidence, and the world always wants to believe a child, so going before a jury were most the people are gonna automatically assume shes guilty. Sad part is in a way shes already been convicted, with it being all over the news, and internet. if she did do it, she’ll pay for it. but if shes innocent her life will never be the same

  • Anonymous

    i think bail is usually set on what is found..llike depending oin if she had a criminal history, and remember this was only a week, most kids wait a very long time, but this is only 7 days. and also depends on the child, how believable his story was or his background. and what the CAC thinks..

  • Anonymous

    i agree. as a parent of 4 children i would have had my child examined immediately by a psycologist i still would ve pressed charges of course but at the same time i would want to make sure he/she was telling the truth.. when its a girl child it would be obvious. but a boy child its really hard to know

  • Anonymous

    lol, i ment average everyday wemon. paris hilton even manages to still look decent when she gets arrested but cassandras not a millionare

  • Parrot Toes

    See, there’s your problem right there – you need your eyes checked. Paris Hilton never looks decent.

    Maybe it’s glaucoma setting in…… :/

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PKSJ42VBXNAFJLOH54Y3K4KTXU Heather Habilatory

    Am I the only one who thinks eppie and eppie8190 are a.) the same person and b.) Cassandra EPPERSON herself?

  • Parrot Toes

    Nope, you’re not alone in those thoughts but Eppie whatever has only been mildly amusing so far, so meh.

  • Parrot Toes

    Nope, you’re not alone in those thoughts but Eppie whatever has only been mildly amusing so far, so meh.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PKSJ42VBXNAFJLOH54Y3K4KTXU Heather Habilatory

    The weird part is, she/they/whatever are only concerned with the fact people think Cassandra is ugly.

  • Anonymous

    yeah u got me there. but it was just an example,

  • Anonymous

    no im not cassandra epperson, and i forgot my password to my account so i created a new one. i do know her though, but i am not her

  • Anonymous

    thats not my only concern, just the fact that alot of people are using her looks as a personal attack. ive also posted other things like if she did it she will pay for it, and that people are accused all the time

  • AliceinChainsman =]

    why can’t the pretty girls be rapists..

  • Prominent Prozac

    Because then it wouldn’t be rape,it’d be consensual.