Man Poses Online as Teenage Girl so He Can Lure in Teen Boys
A man is accused of pretending to be a young girl on the Internet so he could molest young boys. Antoine Johnson was a former mentor for Hebron Baptist Church and received a life sentence for his actions. The fake girl’s name was Kristen, and she would promise to fulfill the s****l fantasies of every boy she met online.
Kristens main demand of the boys was that they have s*x with her male friend in order to prove their loyalty. Johnson met one of the boys at 2 am at his house, and they had oral s*x in his driveway. The judge, Gwinnett Superior Court Judge Timothy Hamil, called the scheme “absolutely diabolical” and gave Johnson a life sentence for his crime. The prosecutor said that he’s never seen anything like this in the past, and that this was a “peek inside the mind of a pedophile.”
On the stand, Johnson admitted to having s*x with the boys and using a microphone to make himself sound like a girl. For some reason, Johnson was convinced that he was an altruist, helping the boys by keeping their gay tendencies a secret.
“It was that profile that helped me to get to know them better,” Johnson said. “I would use that as a way to shape them to be better people.”
Johnson’s crime came to light when the mother of one of the boys found his Myspace account and read some of the emails. She then alerted other parents of what was going on. Prosecutors hailed the boy’s mother as the “hero” who saved the boys from their predator.
For his actions, Johnson received life in prison for three counts of aggravated child molestation. The judge also gave him 60 years of probation to keep him from having access to a computer or unsupervised contact with minors in the event that he is ever paroled. He was offered 20 years in prison as a plea deal, but he refused to admit to doing anything wrong. He says that he never actually molested the boys, but simply lusted for them, blaming his behavior on his own molestation and adults who exposed him to child p*********y as a young boy.
“I’m not a monster,” Johnson said to the judge.
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