Teresa Brown Thinks it’s Unfair that Police Won’t Let Her Produce Child Porn

Teresa Brown Makes Child Pornography

Last Saturday witnesses were shocked to see Teresa Brown on a beach in North Litchfield taking pornographic pictures of a 7-year-old girl. They observed Teresa directing the bottomless child to pose in risque positions. Thankfully these witnesses were decent people who called police, and deputies observed even more flagrant degeneracy from this scumbag:

A Sheriff’s deputy, who responded to the scene, also saw Brown through binoculars take a picture of the child with her buttocks in the air, bending over a small chair, the report stated. Deputies on scene then saw the girl pull her bottoms down in the surf and Brown began taking pictures of her.

Remember, this is in public. A 7-year-old girl bottomless and bent over a chair like a cheap date? This sounds like child porn to me. But it gets worse, when deputies approached this pervert she tried to talk her way out of it using the kind of logic only pedophiles can understand:

Brown became defensive, according to the report, and offered to let the deputies look at her camera. She told them that she was in a photography class and that the girl was a super model.

Then she faked an asthma attack to try to get off the hook which didn’t work. She went to jail (as should the parents of this little girl for leaving her with this monster) and is out on bond. When she got out she made this outrageous statement:

The Georgetown Times called Brown’s home Wednesday. A woman who said she was Mrs. Brown said she had “no comment” about the arrest except to say it was not fair.

It’s not fair? Deputies found pictures of the girl on her camera where the little girl’s privates were displayed ala porn. The F.B.I. is reportedly being called in, which makes me think that there’s evidence that Brown was either sharing the photos online with perverts (probably for money) or worse sharing the girl with people she met online and these pictures were to show the men what they were getting.

It’s not fair that people don’t think a 50-year-old woman should be bending a bottomless 7-year-old over a chair on a beach? Really?

What’s not fair is that this child was being exploited by some predator who either made money or got her jollies from this, and who knows how many perverts online are using these pictures right now for their sick entertainment. Teresa Brown thinks it’s unfair that she can’t produce child porn for her “photography class” but thinks it’s fair to exploit a child. She needs to be taught what fairness really means, which in this case would be a long prison sentence and restitution to the victim.

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7 Responses to “Teresa Brown Thinks it’s Unfair that Police Won’t Let Her Produce Child Porn”

  1. Cat Ellis on September 13th, 2010 9:19 pm

    There is a special place is Helheim for scum like her. If I ever cought anyone taking pictures like that of a child, I would not call the police. But, I can tell you that the individual would not be able to ever take pictures like that again.

  2. DodiaFae on September 14th, 2010 10:53 am

    I’d call the police, but would tell them they’d better get over there right quick, because I don’t know how long I’d be able to control my anger and disgust… and that I’ll probably be starting with her thumbs.

    I have mixed feelings about the folks who reported her to police not doing anything to stop that abuse themselves… while it gave the police a chance to see first-hand what she was doing, it also allowed the abuse to continue for that much longer. And there would be the photographic evidence, in any case.

    That little girl’s parents likely didn’t know what this monster was doing to their daughter, so I wouldn’t be so quick to condemn them. They may have simply thought that they were leaving her with a kindly neighbor, aunt (or other relative), friend, or whatever. When most people think “pedophile”, they think unkempt, middle-aged, white man. They don’t think “female” anything. Unfortunately, we’re now seeing more and more instances of female pedophiles in the news. But people still have huge misconceptions of what a pedophile is, and what signs they should pay attention to.

  3. DodiaFae on September 14th, 2010 11:37 am

    Apparently, this woman was that little girl’s legal guardian. From the second link posted:

    The woman, according to Sheriff’s Office spokesman Russell Goodale, is the child’s guardian.

    If her birth parents are still alive, this makes me wonder how bad they had to be for her to be placed with this piece of trash.

  4. DodiaFae on September 14th, 2010 11:42 am

    OK, I should really read all of the links before posting… would safe posts. Also from the second link:

    She is charged with unlawful neglect of a child, said Goodale.

    It’s no wonder she was given such a small bail requirement. Why the hell wasn’t she charged with producing child pornography? And I’ve seen no mention of where the child is at this point. I’m praying they haven’t stuck her back in the home of this monster.

  5. Rob Taylor on September 14th, 2010 2:55 pm

    I missed that she was the guardian. I’m betting the kid has a single mother who’s on drugs, and this is an aunt or grandmother. I agree with you about wanting people to help, but maybe they thought that after a conflict police wouldn’t believe them.

    I doubt the child is back with her. But now I’m nervous.

  6. Loup Garou on September 17th, 2010 12:52 pm

    Why are there so many of these stories coming out of the woodwork? is it more socially acceptable these days for some reason? it seems like this never happened when I was growing up circa 1978.
    I’m sure it’s been around forever, and even culturally accepted in some parts of the world, but not here…. not this country. it’s a shame there isn’t any large islands let in the world to send these kind of people to anymore… like maybe the bikini islands right before a bomb test perhaps?

  7. Rob Taylor on September 17th, 2010 2:17 pm

    I think that the internet has allowed people who were otherwise isolated to create communities. I think Brown was looking to send these pics to people on the web.

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