Miami, FL – Paret Baker, 50, was sentenced last month to ten years behind bars for sexual battery on a person with mental disabilities after being convicted of raping a severely mentally disabled 27-year-old woman.* The assault resulted in a pregnancy which has since been terminated.
Despite an extensive criminal history including felony convictions for burglary and grand theft dating back to 1983 and two convictions for misdemeanor battery, Baker had been working as a behavioral technician at a group home run by a for-profit company by the name of Consumer Supports Associates Villas, Inc.* State law prohibits anyone with even a single felony conviction from working at an assisted care facility.
Back in the summer of 2010, the victim, Kabrina Whitehead, arrived at Westchester Hospital with stomach swelling.* Doctors quickly deduced that she was not sick, but four months pregnant.* Because of Whitehead’s severe disability, the pregnancy was immediately determined to be a result of a sexual assault, and the pregnancy was terminated.* DNA evidence from the abortion was compared against the employees of Consumer Supports, and Paret Baker was quickly determined to be a match.
Baker admitted to the assault.* Several weeks after his arrest, the Guardianship Program of Dade County sued Consumer Supports on Whitehead’s behalf.* The facility failed Whitehead “by negligently and carelessly hiring, retaining, and failing to supervise its employee, one Paret Baker, resulting in said employee having sexual intercourse with the incompetent female resident,” the lawsuit claims.…
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