• 6 months ago
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I’m very, very angry. My husband, as a teenager, molested a young girl.
Yesterday, while he was on his afternoon bike ride, he came across a 9 year old girl who was lost and had a broken ankle from a fall in this park. She couldn’t move. They were both deep in the woods. No cell phone reception. My husband graciously saved her and took her to a nearby hospital. Her parents found out my husband is a registered sex offender, and they are now requesting a child psychologist to interview their daughter and for her to have a full “forensic sexual abuse” exam. They even had police take swabs of my husband’s penis to make sure there was no foreign DNA on it and he had to submit because it is a stipulation on his probation for him to stay away from minors except his two children (2, and 4) he has with me.
I wish he would have just left the girl there to die. I know I sound cruel, but my husband could get 4 years in prison for violation of probation. He never hurt that girl. Life is so, so unfair.

All Comments

  • It sounds harsh, but child molestation is serious no matter how many years ago that your husband may have been doing things like that. The police have every right to be asking these things of him. Even I would be cautious about believing him.

    Anonymous March 14, 2019 3:05 am Reply
  • And what if they find forensic evidence of a crime? How will you feel then?

    Anonymous March 14, 2019 3:22 am Reply
    • I’m positive they won’t. He came across a crying child who was hurt and alone. He could have turned his back but he saved this little girl.

      Anonymous March 14, 2019 3:27 am Reply
    • I truly hope that he didn’t do anything wrong, but given his past once again, they have the right to enforce a good check-up. If they do find evidence, then I’m sorry but your husband just molested someone else. Forget him and let the cards fall where they may.

      Anonymous March 14, 2019 4:22 am Reply
    • Yeah evidence like a little girl with a blown out vagina

      Anonymous March 14, 2019 11:10 pm Reply
  • Seek a lawyer regarding these matters, they may be able to help out. What he did was a good deed, of course the police are looking at the other stuff, but also see if there’s a lawyer who’s willing to help him in showing he didn’t do anything wrong. I hope someone can believe him that he didn’t do anything wrong even after the tests were taken.

    Anonymous March 14, 2019 3:53 am Reply
  • Has he fucked your children yet? He will

    Anonymous March 14, 2019 11:09 pm Reply
  • I’m sure life is unfair for that child he molested in the past. That child didn’t ask or deserve any of it. Your husband is simply a victim of his own making. Had he not chose to molest kids then he wouldn’t be on the chomo registry. #Facts

    Anonymous May 2, 2019 2:31 am Reply

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