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Man Gives His Toddler Niece Herpes And HIV After Sexually Assaulting Her

A 33-year-old sex offender from Texas has been charged with sexually assaulting his 2-year-old niece. To make this horrific incident even worse, the sex offender, who has been identified as David R. Wilson, also transmitted HIV and herpes to the infant girl.

Since the incident was reported to the authorities, police subsequently discovered that Wilson also sexually assaulted and transmitted STIs to his ex-girlfriend’s 14-year-old daughter. According to ‘Chron’, Wilson’s infant niece may have contracted chlamydia after the assault.

In a general statement to local media outlets, law enforcement officials outlined Wilson’s disgusting crimes and revealed how the man’s depravities had come to the attention of police. When the 2-year-old girl’s parents noticed several growths on their daughter’s genitals, they immediately brought the infant to a Medical Center in Houston.

After checking the girl, medical officials suspected that the growths were caused by a sexually transmitted infection and, after running some tests, doctors confirmed their suspicions.

The police investigation began when doctors and hospital staff reported their findings to the Houston Police Department and told officers that the child had been sexually abused. Because the infant had contracted an STI at such a young age, doctors had to perform an extraordinarily difficult genital reconstruction procedure.

In most cases of sexual abuse, the victim has some sort of relationship with their abuser. A family connection is especially common when the victim is at a very young age. Therefore, it’s not surprising that the first people that the police investigated were four of the 2-year-old girl’s family members.

As the infant’s mother and father were not involved with her life, police began to investigate Wilson and his sister. The other two people who were investigated are not known at this point in time.

When police couldn’t find conclusive evidence that the suspects had committed the crime, the Houston Police Department ordered that each family member undergo a medical test for STIs.

After all four family members complied, Wilson and an unnamed teenager tested positive for HIV and herpes. When pressed by authorities, Wilson also admitted that he had previously undergone treatment for chlamydia.

Police were finally handed their smoking gun when a caseworker at the Children’s Assessment Center reported that Wilson had sexually abused his ex-girlfriend’s daughter. The unnamed caseworker told police that the sex had been ‘consensual’ and led to the 14-year-old falling pregnant.

With this information, police were able to secure a confession of guilt from Wilson, who was only charged with 4 years in prison for sexually assaulting his ex-girlfriend’s daughter. His sentence for sexually assaulting his niece is yet to be carried out and is likely to be a life sentence.

According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, Wilson’s name has already been placed on the sex offender registry.

Since being arrested, Wilson has been detained without bond in Harris County Jail. This shameful excuse for a man will make his court appearance on Friday.

Source: CHRON
Photo: KPRC 2

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