Skip to comments.Cops: Teen [15 yo] pregnant after rape by Facebook ‘friend' [41 yo]
Posted on 06/06/2012 8:40:59 AM PDT by kevcol
After claiming on Facebook he was 25 years old, a DeKalb County man allegedly drove to the home of a 15-year-old girl and raped her, according to police. Now, the teenager is pregnant and the alleged rapist is in the Cobb County jail.
when he arrived at her Mableton home, Norman allegedly forced his way inside and then raped the girl on the foyer rug, the warrant states.
The teen's mother told police she contacted Norman on Facebook, and he told her he would take care of the child if it is his, the warrant states.
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Damned Amish rapists...
What the heck was the mother doing talking to him on FB?
It sounds like the girl never reported the rape if it’s already confirmed she’s pregnant but he’s just now been arrested. Was the girl still “friending” him on FB after the incident? There’s more to this story.
No Facebook NEVER!
And if you must? Use an alias
>>And if you must? Use an alias<<
You are only “Friends” with those you choose.
He wasn’t a surprise “friend”. She asked him in.
It’s easy to say, don’t use FB, but now many college professors want you on FB. The best one can do is keep your real friends out of it.
My husband set up a FB for my daughter which we monitor. The email address used is his and he watches it. So far, NO ONE has gone onto it without our approval. She knows the dangers of “friends” so all “friend requests” are denied.
wondering if the girl is white or black?
and forty one years old...does he have the funds to support a child? how many children does he have? this is so sad.
I don't get it. How would being a 41 yr old be 'friending' a 15 yr old be a problem, but being a 25 yr old not be?!?!
Obama ~ “If I had a son that was on facebook....”
Well there's a guarantee you can surely count on.
When “Facebook” first started out, there was no way (that I could find) to escape from it. Then, finally, a year or so ago, they posted an exit route and I took it. I’d already deleted all my “friends” when I found the exit function.
An acquaintance of mine told me about her DIL who posted regularly on “Facebook”, posted photos of all her redecorating projects, when they were leaving to go anyplace, when they’d return, etc. Then, one day, they returned home to find their house had been cleaned out.