When a man was caught in the middle of a sex act with a 13-year-old girl, his family immediately began crying, leaving him in bad shape.
Family members caught Javionne Thomas in the act of having sex with his 13-year-old daughter in his bedroom.
Of course, as most protective parents would, they literally took matters into their own hands, throwing punches on the intruder.
Man beaten after having sex with 13-year-old girl, blames girl and her family
When Monroe police finally arrived on the scene, Thomas had suffered minor injuries from the beating, which were evident by cuts and bruises all over his face.
Thomas told police officers that not only was the juvenile at fault, but that his family was wrong for beating him. In addition, Thomas claimed that there was no way he didn’t know the 13-year-old girl was a minor and that because the sex was consensual, he did nothing wrong.
During Thomas’ arrest, the child victim initially told police that she did not want to have sex with the man, suggesting that the act was not consensual.
However, she soon recanted and claimed it was consensual sex when her mother told officers that the family wanted to press criminal charges.
Although Thomas reported the beating as an assault to Monroe police, he refused to press assault charges against the family members.
After being released from the hospital for his injuries, Thomas was booked into the Ouachita Correctional Center and bail was set at $50,000 on a charge of carnal knowledge of a minor.
It wasn’t long before Thomas’ mother, Janae Young, jumped in to blame the victim. Young took to social media to justify her son’s behavior, blaming the minor victim and claiming that Thomas was “put in this situation” by the underage girl.
In several lengthy perorations, Young argued that she is “a damn good mother” and warned that she would defend Thomas at all costs. Throughout several posts, Young and her family members continued to blame the “lil gurls” for ruining her adult children’s lives, placing the responsibility entirely on the children.
Thomas continues to take no responsibility for his actions, absolving himself of any wrongdoing. In fact, he and his mother claim that he is the victim and that the minor should be held responsible for the situation.