cord Erica Moore, of Forest Hill, Texas, caught her 18-year-old male cousin in a compromising position with her 15-year-old son.  Moore decided to check on her kids one night, but noticed her son’s bedroom door was closed. When she opened the door, she was shocked and disgusted when she saw her teen cousin giving her son a blow job. She is now facing assault charges after allegedly beating her teenage son with an electrical cord.

“When I walked in I saw my son. It was just disgusting to me, the way he was looking and my cousin was looking, and my cousin immediately ran out the door,” she is quoted as saying. “So that was my reaction because it disgusted me.”

Authorities determined that the act was consensual, but that’s not how Moore sees it. “They were committing a homosexual act in my house and we are totally against that,” she said.

It’s should be noted, in Texas, if the child involved is over 14, but within 3 years of age of the other party involved, it is not considered statutory rape. 

Forest Hill Police think Moore went too far, causing bleeding and leaving marks on the boy’s thighs, forearms, hands, torso and back. The police weren’t alerted until the boy’s grandmother took him to the hospital for treatment.

Moore also threw out some hefty allegations against the officer that came to her house to investigate, allegations that the police department have said were unfounded.

“Even that day when the police officer came out here, he told me out of his own mouth, ‘If it was me and I walked in on my child,’ he said, ‘parent to parent I probably would have shot him. I probably would have shot both of them.’ He said but with the law you can’t, you’re not allowed to put whoops on him. He said you can whoop him but you’re not allowed to leave any marks on him,” she said.

Moore does not feel sorry for what he did and says that she was justified.

“I actually caught this going on in my house, so how was I supposed to react to it? I supposed to just let it go? No! We was taught to discipline our kids and we whoop our kids,” she said.

Thoughts?

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  1. I’m sorry. Hello! What about INCEST!!?? That’s even more disgusting to me than reading about a guy giving another guy a bj.

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  2. EbonyLolita

    First of all I DGAF about what the STATE’S age of consent is. I don’t want my 15 y.o. having sex w/ ANYBODY in my house. The cousin will have to GTFO & never return b/c to me that’s predatory behavior on his part. Why would you do that to your COUSIN? We don’t have to get to the homosexual part b/c the steps before that are WRONG! I’d beat his ass but really have to find out what is going on w/my 15 y.o. that he thought this was a good idea. In ya parent’s home? No sah!
    BTW I believe the cop said that too! He/She just won’t admit to it b/c he/she could face departmental charges.

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  3. cupcakes and shiraz

    I’m more disturbed by the incest and the fact that her 18 year old cousin was taking advantage of a minor. How do we not know that this abuse hadn’t gone on longer than that? If the son had been fooling around with a (non-related) boy his age, then I can believe that it was a consensual act, but this sounds creepy to me.

    The mother is all kinds of ignorant and has screwed up priorities.

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    • good point, maybe the son has been sexually abused through out the years…instead of going after the 18year old adult…she harmed her child…this is one of the many, many reasons why children do not come forward with abuse, and grow up messed up adults in society

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    • You are so right. This child has been sexually abused by his cousin and physically assaulted by his mother. My heart breaks for him.

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  4. Blaque217

    Can a 15 year old boy REALLY consent to such a thing? A 15 years old is still a CHILD, that kid was too young and immature in my opinion, to willingly go along with such an act. Sadly, it sounds he may be messed up for life. I can understand the mother being shocked, angry, and yes even disgusted. But I would love to know what the mother is doing now, if anything, to make sure that her family is emotionally and mentally stable going forward.

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