The Mommy Pimp
A mother took her 13-year-old daughter and a 14-year-old friend on an overnight shopping trip. While at a mall in White Plains, New York, they “ran into” Gilberto Gonzalez, who is 19, and Michael Berger, who is 18.
I can’t quite imagine what happened in that interaction at the mall because the next part of the story is inconceivable: the two men met the mother and the two girls at a room in the Crowne Plaza Hotel. For sex. With the girls. With the mother’s collusion. She provided the beer.
The two men had sex with the 13 and 14-year-old girls while the mother was in the room!
That’s an outrage. But it gets worse.
The men are now being prosecuted for rape. That’s good.
The mother is being prosecuted for second-degree rape. Maybe good.
But the judge says he is going to sentence the woman to six months in jail and 10 years probation, if she convinces him “that she understands the seriousness of the crime.”
Six months in jail? Six months in jail? For pimping out your daughter? And a friend?
The judge is the one who doesn’t understand the seriousness of this crime.
His name is Judge Rory Bellantoni, 9th Judicial District, Westchester County, New York.