A hooker raped a 14 year-old boy with autism while the child’s grandfather sat on a nearby couch before trying to join in, police say. Jacuqline Alonzo, 28, was arrested Monday over claims she abused the child shortly after being released from jail following her seventh conviction for prostitution. Alonzo’s alleged victim’s step-grandmother invited her to stay at their home in San Antonio, Texas, in August, the San Antonio Express News reported
. Prostitute Jacuqline Alonzo is accused of raping a 14 year-old boy with autism while his grandfather watched, with the relative allegedly trying to join in afterwards (Picture: Bexar County Sheriff’s Office) According to a police report, the boy’s step-grandmother ‘stated that her husband, the victim’s grandfather, was sitting on the couch watching (the boy and Alonzo) have sex. ‘When the victim and [Alonzo] were done having sex, the grandfather tried to have sex with (Alonzo), but she would not allow it.’ Donald Trump fires Attorney General Jeff Sessions The step-grandmother is said to have explained that she allowed Alonzo into her home because the sex worker ‘had nowhere else to stay,’ according to KSAT.
The grandfather has denied any involvement in the alleged sex attack, and says he was unaware that it had happened until the child complained afterwards. The boy, who has not been identified because of his age, told his mother what had happened afterwards. Alonzo is being held at Bexar County Jail, pictured, and faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted of the crime she stands accused of (Picture: Google Maps) He was removed from his family’s custody immediately afterwards and underwent a medical exam in an attempt to gather evidence against Alonzo.
The teen, who is now 15, is said to be at the ‘high-functioning’ end of the autistic spectrum. Alonzo has been charged with second-degree sex assault, which could see her jailed for up to 20 years. She is being held in jail in lieu of $50,000 bond. Police have not filed charges against the boy’s grandfather or stepgrandmother.
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