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Kentucky Grandmother Sneaks Into Local School And Begins Distributing Pornography

Frances Joyce Bailey, a 60-year-old grandmother from Kentucky, has been arrested after being accused of distributing pornographic photos in Louisville’s Pleasure Ridge Park High School. According to New York Daily News, the Kentucky grandmother entered the school in early November and began scattering photos of an unnamed woman, leaving dozens of explicit copies in the restroom and next to the parking lot.

A police report on the incident suggests that Ms. Bailey was able to enter the school grounds after following two students through the gates when they buzzed into the building. According to WAVE 3, the photos that Ms. Bailey left in the school showed a current student’s mother without clothes on and in compromising positions. WAVE 3 reports that this woman had previously dated Ms. Bailey’s son, 35-year-old Ronnie Bailey, until a disagreement drove them apart. Although details are scarce, New York Daily News alleges that, prior to having her naked photos distributed at a school, this woman had just filed for an emergency protective order against Ms. Bailey’s son.

After police confronted Ms. Bailey about her actions, the Kentucky grandmother told officers that she had come across the pictures of Ms. Bailey while she looked through her son’s phone. Unsurprisingly, representatives from the Louisville School District have slammed Ms. Bailey’s actions and emphasized that the sexually explicit images were gathered by teachers after “just a few minutes" of being on school property.

"As soon as students saw them - they took them all down and immediately went to administrators," said a school district spokesperson. "The incident was caught on videotape and Pleasure Ridge Park leadership worked with police during the investigation. We have reiterated our school protocols to students and reminded them that they are not to let anyone inside the building."

At this stage, local media outlets are reporting that Ms. Bailey has been charged with the “distribution of obscene matter, criminal trespassing and harassment.” Before her bond was set at $2500, the reprehensible grandmother was detained at Jefferson County Jail.

Online commenters have slammed Ms. Bailey for her vindictive and damaging actions. “Evil psycho granny! Her poor grandchild,” wrote ‘wowshopnow’. "Hopefully there is a revenge-porn law that can put the heinous old battle-ax in jail.” Another commenter, ‘Kel’ from Australia, quickly agreed, commenting: “Evil women...I pity the women that marries her grandson... with an upbringing like this, he has no hope of treating a partner well.”

“Garbage. Should have to register as a sex offender now,” concurred ‘Nusha’. “And both she and her son can remain single for the rest of their lives .... both are criminally & psychologically damaged , ick!”

During an interview on USA Today, Jeff Metzmeier, the division chief for the Louisville Domestic Violence Intake Center, warned that ‘revenge porn’ was becoming increasingly commonplace in Kentucky. "And it should be criminal," he continued. “The reason I care so much about it, to be honest with you, is I have to look these women in the face and tell them that it’s not against the law."

Source: NY Daily News
Photo: LMDC

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