If you have a son, or know someone who has a son, or have even a tenuous connection to popular culture, then you know how many young males play Xbox LIVE. (It allows gamers to play with other gamers, online, and to talk with each other.) So, why did The Juice warn you not to let your son read this? As reported by wbaltv.com:
Police said a California woman was arrested Friday after she allegedly befriended a 13-year-old Maryland boy on the Internet and traveled to his home to have sex.
Rachel Ann Hicks, 36, of Lake Forest, was arrested Friday by Orange County Sheriff’s investigators on suspicion of child molestation and rape.
Hicks and the teen initially met in September on an X-box Live chat room, police said. The online relationship progressed to phone calls, texting, e-mails and sexually explicit images and movies between one another, according to a police news release.
Hicks allegedly told the boy she was 23 years old. Police said she flew to Maryland and met him at his home, where they engaged in sexual intercourse on Thanksgiving.
Couldn’t find any gamers in the most populous state in the nation? Well …
Hicks admitted to having sex with another minor male victim in California, police said.
Hicks was charged with two counts of rape, one count of a second-degree sex offense and one count of sexual solicitation of a minor.