More teenage boys’ dreams are coming true thanks to a Snapchatting mom who can’t stop sexing teenage boys. And now she’s doing time after sleeping with two teenage boys.
How did Brook Lajiness lure these boys into having sex with her? By using Snapchat to send sexual photos of herself and seduce them. How else? She admitted to having sex with the two boys who are age 14 and 15. There is also a third male who she was reportedly having an affair with but that will result in no charges. The third male was not a minor.
Snapchatting Mom Sentenced
Per Daily Caller:
Lajiness would arrive at the boys’ parent’s house late at night. The boys would quietly slip outside, get into her car, and engage in sexual activities with the woman who was more than 20 years their senior.
MLive reports the outcome of her case, in Washtenaw County Trial Court, sees Judge David Swartz sentence Lajiness to four years and nine months, up to 15 years, for her guilty plea on multiple counts of criminal sexual conduct. Assistant Washtenaw County Prosecutor John Vella requested the maximum of 98 months to 15 years and claimed she was predatory towards the boys. Judge Swartz disagreed. He proceed his sentencing based on a clean record and potential for therapy to address the mental state of the defendant and her case of insomnia.
Lajiness trembled and verged on tears while reading a written statement to Judge David Swartz prior to sentencing.
“This has been the biggest regret of my life,” she said. “My family means everything to me, and I’ve caused them great pain for these regretful choices I have made.”
Lajiness claims the sexual escapade is her biggest regret, but that didn’t stop her from doing it twice. She left her husband and two kids at home while she stealthily slept with underage boys in the midst of the night. Her family could be the biggest victim in this criminal act of adultery, but that didn’t stop a mother of the younger boy from voicing her harsh opinion on Lajiness.
The mother of the younger victim blasted Lajiness with her staggering statement:
“You made a conscious effort on several occasions to make arrangements to meet my son,” the mother wrote, “sneak out of your house, start your car, leave your husband and children at home and drive to my son’s father’s house, back into the driveway between midnight and 4 a.m., wait for my son to run the driveway, commit a crime and leave. Did you know that this was wrong? Did you ever worry about the harm you were doing to my son?”
This is an emotionally charged story on both sides. The mother of the “victim” makes the outrageous claim that her son is “bullied” due to his sexual interaction with a teacher. That poor fella, how does he survive?
What do you think about this story? Is it a big deal out of nothing or are these boys really victims?