Victor Abrams Allegedly Engaged In Inappropriate Contact With Teen, And Dog…
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Boca Raton resident Victor Abrams, 25, is facing sexual assault charges after he allegedly engaged in intimate acts with a transgendered teen.
The police report, obtained by BocaNewsNow.com, is too graphic to publish and runs the risk of identifying the victim. The alleged acts, between Abrams and the teen who identifies as male but has female organs, are graphic and at times involved a dog.
According to the report, Abrams met the teen online, then engaged in what he described as a consensual relationship. The following is from the arrest report, and written by an investigating detective:
“I explained that it was known that Victor (and the victim) had a consensual and sexual relationship with each other. I also explained that there were allegations that incidents of non-consensual sexual conduct occurred between (the victim) and Victor including an incident with a dog. Victor responded that anything that occurred in person between he (and the victim) would have been consensual and previously discussed and agreed upon prior to the act itself. Victor acknowledged that he was aware (the victim0 was not yet 18 years of age, and again asked about why (the victim’s mother) would allow him and the victim to be together. Victor acknowledged that he had a long-lasting, publicly known, and consensual relationship with (the victim). Victor acknowledged that having any communication with someone (under the legal) age was ‘probably not the best idea.’ Victor described that he did not know what the Romeo and Juliet laws in Florida were but that, since he didn’t act with malicious intent, he did not believe this would become a criminal issue.”
Victor Abrams is charged with unlawful sexual activity with a minor. He lists the 20300 block of Cozumel Court in Boca Raton as his home address. He was arrested early Tuesday morning and remains held as of 9:45 a.m. Wednesday morning.
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