GEWICHT: 58 kg
Titten: 75 A natur
Intime Dienste: Bondage, Facesitting, Dusch & Badespa?, Duo: moglich, Spanking
No one disputes that Malik McKee's childhood in Chicago was horrific, growing up in a violent world dominated by gangs, drugs and sexual abuse. He never met his father, a Four Corner Hustlers street gang member convicted of murder shortly after McKee was born, according to his attorney, Patrick Boyle. His mother and other gang members used the family home as a drug and prostitution emporium, where McKee was repeatedly raped, beaten and taught that selling sex was a way to survive, Boyle said.
In an emotional sentencing hearing Friday, a federal judge said it was not surprising that as a young man McKee became a sex trafficker himself -- it was the only thing he knew. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman said. McKee pleaded guilty to one count of sex trafficking a minor earlier this year. A co-defendant and alleged leader of the ring, Willie Woods, is awaiting trial.
McKee had faced up to life in prison under federal sentencing guidelines, but prosecutors made the unusual decision to seek only 15 years behind bars because of his background. Attorney Bethany Biesenthal told the judge that while he deserved a break, McKee's case "is about much more than his past, it's about the person he became. He wanted to be a pimp, he wanted to be on top, and he wanted to keep making money.
During the nearly three-hour hearing, one of McKee's victims, now 19, sobbed at the lectern as she recounted for the judge how the ordeal has left her plagued by nightmares and led to several suicide attempts. The girl's mother and father described hellish nights not knowing where their daughter was or when she was coming home. When she finally did return, she was angry, confused and listless. She's since been doing better but has not gone back to school or been able to find a job.
Her year-old brother also addressed the judge, standing in court in a neon green Nike T-shirt and swinging his arms nervously as he talked about the pain his family has endured. The boy started to cry softly as he talked about how he and his sister used to laugh and play video games together.