Metro- An inmate who had sex with two former prison guards is now suing Washington County and the sheriff.
Former jail services technicians Jill Curry, 39, and Brett Robinson, 33, are currently in jail serving sentences for custodial sexual misconduct among other crimes.
The lawsuit is seeking $650,000 (£459,363) in damages alleging assault and battery along with negligent hiring and supervision.
According to the lawsuit, filed on March 3, Curry and Robinson both repeatedly had ‘unconsented’ and ‘coercive’ sex with the inmate.
It claims the jail workers abused their power and took advantage of him and the county failed to prevent it through its hiring and training practices.
The inmate was a 25-year-old gang member and sex offender who spent time in jail before.
Lawyers for Curry and Robinson argue that the inmate pursued them and eventually convinced them to unlock several doors and let him into other areas of the unit for sex.
Hey, these broads aren't winning a beauty contest any time soon, but as far as non-consensual prison penetration goes, this seems like a dream come true. Sure, it's a basic human right to turn down sex, but you pretty much lose all your rights when you go to jail. Especially when you go to jail as a sex offender that already violated the human rights of others in the outside world. This guy is taking hypocrisy to unforeseen levels. Say what you want about the appearance of these two chicks, but if my asshole was a slip of the soap away from sodomy on a daily basis then this would be a rape I would welcome. The extent of the damages they could inflict pale in comparison to whatever his fellow inmates would do to him, and they certain don't add up to $650,000. I suppose it's as good a frivolous lawsuit as any, but it definitely proves that this guy didn't learn anything during his time behind bars. You should come out of prison being appreciative of any pussy that throws itself at you, not trying to prosecute it for all it's worth. The guy that thinks getting double teamed by detention center dime pieces is some sort of punishment clearly doesn't understand the world enough to be allowed to live amongst it hundreds of thousands of dollars richer. That sounds like the thought process of a future repeat offender if have ever heard one.