Carissa Hads of Massachusetts is being accuse of posing as a seventeen year old boy and having inappropriate sexual conduct with a 15-year-old girl. According to the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, Hads posed as “James Purvyear Wilson” and met the West Virginia teen on a social networking site in 2010. Hads was arrested two weeks ago and is being held without bail. She faces up to thirty years in jail.
Hads created profiles on Facebook and MySpace and “described ‘Wilson’ as a youth pastor who lived in Quincy, Mass. — where Hads lives. The Facebook page said that “Wilson” was the father of twins and was ‘looking for some people to talk to. No fake pages or pervs.’”
According to the Edge:
The teen, who is in the affidavit under the name “A.L.,” became “involved in an Internet romance” with Hads under her “Wilson” identity. Hads sent “A.L.” two cell phones so she could contact “Wilson,” paid for her phone bills and gave her a Kindle Fire tablet.
Hads as Wilson asked to meet A.L. in person, and the teen’s mother arranged and came on the date. The rest of the incident got disturbing. Hads claims to have flown from Massachusetts to Pittsburgh, stayed in the same moetel as A.L. and her mother who paid for Hads to stay in another room. During that stay, Hads and A.L. apparently had sex, and they had sex again two months later via a rubber penis that Hads pulled through her zippered pants.
The Edge also noted that:
The court affidavit says that authorities first suspected Hads of criminal conduct after a complaint was sent to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, which alleged that “Wilson” made a threat against a 15-year-old girl who is a friend of “A.L.” “Wilson” apparently made the threat after the girl told “Wilson” that she did not believe “who ’he’ said ’he’ was.”