Man uses fake Facebook account to get teen boys for sex



This is very pervertish and sad. This past weekend, Venderius Holyfield was arrested by Tarrant Police for attempted sodomy, enticing a child for immortal purposes, and traveling to meet a child for an unlawful sex act.

The 35-year-old suspect was booked and released on the same day after posting a $35,000 bond at the Jefferson County Jail in Alabama.

It’s true tea that Holyfield used a fake Facebook page under the name of Jalisa Smith to get and meet up with teenage boys.

Tarrant Police Detective Sergeant Phillip George said the incident happened on August 17, which was in the middle of last month.

Now, this is the part where Ms. Holyfield gets clocked by the law. The police received a phone call about a suspicious vehicle at a store in Tarrant, which he and a 15-year-old boy were inside. When police arrived, the victim’s brother fled from the back seat. I can imagine the little boy running for his life.

To put two and two together, Holyfield made it equal to four by trying to make it seem that the boy was a man if he get caught up. He told the boy that he will be wrapped up in a blanket because he’s been previously videotaped and didn’t want that to happen again.

According to Officer George, the man also promised the boy that he would perform oral sex on him.

Investigators believe that there are more victims that hadn’t come forward yet.

Holyfield is set to appear for court on September 4. Now, Ms. Holy know she should be ashamed of herself. She would’ve saved herself the trouble by using Jack’d, Grindr, or Adam4Adam.

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