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Alicia Lee Molests her 2-year-old son

Alicia Lee of Denver Molested her 2-year-old son

Denver, CO – In April of 2008, Alicia Lee forwarded an email communication to one of her friends in reference to her “fantacy” [sic], about her two-year-old child.  According to the email, Lee sometimes fantasized about placing her mouth upon her son’s genitals to observe his reaction.  Twenty-four hours later, the same friend got an email from Lee announcing that she had done just that and in the email, Lee professed that it “tickled the child,” because he giggled during the occurrence.  Lee also asserted her intentions of doing the same thing the next day, so that the child could get used to the event, and she sent the communication along with a photo of her having oral relations with her child.

Lee’s friend did nothing about the messages received until July of 2008, when the images received were finally forwarded to the child’s father.  The father confronted Alicia and demanded that she seek counseling services.  Even worse, the authorities were not involved until September; Lee was interviewed, and the boy was taken from her and put into foster care.  Lee was finally charged with sexual assault on a child, and aggravated incest after her arrest.  Federal child porn charges are pending.  Her bond was set at $50,000.

The fact that everyone waited so long to help this child is disgusting.  The father is clearly not suited to have a child either.  Something tells me Alicia Lee would get along well with Stephanie Hays.

7 Comments on Alicia Lee Molests her 2-year-old son

  1. "The father is clearly not suited to have a child either."

    Where did that come from? Wasn't he the one who called the police?

  2. The father framed her becuase they were splitting. He ended up with the child and she was not convicted. Appently, the judge realized that even if she was sick, she would not sent evidence in the form of an email to be used against her. The father knew her account info and sent the email so he could get custody. He is the sicko. Just really sad that a site like this can post an allegation as fact.

  3. This case has been dismissed for over a year now. It is a shame that the media can do so much damage by only reporting the accusation and not the final result of this case.

  4. To Whom It May Concern:

    Your network ran an article in September 2008 that featured a woman, Alicia Lee, being criminally charged for a heinous crime. The charges were fraudulent, and were concocted by her husband when she attempted to end their marriage and leave him. When presented with this fabricated evidence, due diligence was neither done by the police officers, nor by the Denver District Attorney who subsequently initiated the arrest affidavit for Alicia. The news team who wrote the original article used information from this premature and unfounded arrest affidavit as the basis for the news article that your website syndicated. Just one example – upon proper investigation, the main witness, the “friend” listed in the news article that your website syndicated was found to be a fictitious person created by the accuser, Alicia’s X-husband.

    Alicia Lee was cleared of the charges against her, and the case was dismissed in September of 2009, however, your article and Alicia’s mugshot still remain on the internet. Alicia is attempting to reestablish her life and to move forward with her career. This article and mugshot from your news blog is creating a significant problem for Alicia and her son. We respectfully and urgently request that the article on your website, including Alicia’s associated mugshot be removed from the internet.

    • Alicia, the blog post was written with information confirmed from 3 different sources. I did look for information on you being cleared, but I did not find anything on Google. Feel free to post that information here.

  5. To Whom It May Concern:
    Your network ran an article in September 2008 that featured a woman, Alicia Lee, being criminally charged for a heinous crime. The charges were fraudulent, and were concocted by her husband when she attempted to end their marriage and leave him. When presented with this fabricated evidence, due diligence was neither done by the police officers, nor by the Denver District Attorney who subsequently initiated the arrest affidavit for Alicia. Your news team used the information from this affidavit as the basis for your news article. Just one example – upon proper investigation, the main witness, the “friend” listed in the news article that your news team wrote was found to be a fictitious person created by the accuser, Alicia’s X-husband.

    Alicia Lee was cleared of the charges against her, and the case was dismissed in September of 2009, however, your news article still remains on the internet. Numerous unsavory comments from readers were appended to your news article on the internet. But among those comments were also announcements that the charges were fraudulent, that the evidence had been fabricated, and that the charges had been dismissed. Those comments have all been removed from the website, including the comments updating the status of the article to inform the public that the case had been dismissed.

  6. Who ever realist is, that left a comment sounds like someone covering up a story.. If a person is sick. They’re sick. I hope if this story is true. Alicia gets the help she needs 🙁

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