Police officials said that the 20-year-old man reportedly found the teen girl online and managed to trick her into inviting him into her home. Authorities also believe that eventually, the victim’s mother realized that the man, Jaret, was in the home. However, it is not clear when the woman learned about Jaret’s presence and what happened after that. It is also uncertain if Jaret remained in place for three weeks or if he managed to come and go from the property in between incidents. The prosecutor’s office said the victim is between 13 and 18 years old.
Prosecutors said that the 20-year-old defendant was accused of ra-ing a teen girl while living under her bed. During the night, he would come out and take photos of her and ra-e her. Police have charged the man with se-ual assault and producing child po-nography because of the horrific things he did to the teen girl during the three weeks he lived under her bed. After meeting the teen online, Jaret tricked her into letting him hide under her bed for weeks. He would force the underage girl to have se* with him and would photograph her without clothes on in pursuit of his fetis-ist designs. Jaret allegedly held the teen down while ra-ing her. He was arrested and was also slapped with one count of producing child po-nography because he photographed his victim while she was undressed.
Police confirmed that the victim knew the accused child ra-ist was living under her bed but that the girl’s mother was clueless that her daughter was being victimized by Jaret. It is assumed that eventually, the victim’s mother realized that Jaret was in the home. However, it is not clear when the woman learned about Jaret’s presence and what happened after that. It is also uncertain if Jaret remained in place for three weeks or if he managed to come and go from the property in between incidents of se-ual assault and his production of child po-nography. Jaret pleaded guilty to three counts of gross se-ual imposition and a child po-nography charge, court records say.
Social media users shared dozens of reactions to the crime report in the comments. Here are a few thoughts from readers like you. “So there actually ARE monsters under your bed.” one user said. “How can this be possible? You don’t walk in your kids’ room or clean it? Don’t you have a dog or cat? Your daughter doesn’t have conversations with you about anything?” other user commented. “How do you not know someone is in your home. Parents go in those kids’ rooms while they’re at school. It’s ok, that is your house.” third person wrote. In response, one person wrote: “Some parents work long, hard hours outside the home. Regardless, why try to push the blame onto the victims instead of the predator?” Ladies and gentlemen, we are republishing this story amid recent reports that child se-ual abuse has surged in America during the pandemic.