Tuesday, July 20, 2010

A new low for Facebook: Mother tracks son and has sex with him

Posted By on Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 10:25 AM

There have been some crazy stories that come off meetings on Facebook.

We all have a friend who has hooked up with someone off the social networking site and most of the time it's gone way wrong. But there is nothing as disgusting as the mother who found the son she gave up for adoption. This would've been a testimony to how great it is that you can find anyone on Facebook had the mother not started having sex with her son.

Oedipus for the 21st century ...

Detroit’s Aimee L. Sword has been sentenced to nine to 30 years in prison for having sex with her 14-year-old son, who she gave up for adoption when he was an infant. The 36-year-old Sword was married with five other kids when she tracked down her teenage son on Facebook. And, uh, started meeting him in hotel rooms for trysts. The boy eventually brought it up to a counselor, who told the police. The prosecutor said he was “concerned for this young boy and what it may have done to his psyche and his future.” Meanwhile Sword’s attorney told the press, “When she saw this boy, it wasn’t a mother-son relationship, it was a boyfriend-girlfriend relationship. Aimee’s searching for a reason why this happened. She can’t understand it. She’s going to get some counseling.”

This is molestation in the worst way. And while her attorney tries to garner sympathy for her, here's hoping someone gets therapy for her son.

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