Conservative Hideout 2.0 Rotating Header Image

#FreeKate Update: Media Coverage, and Kaitlyn Hunt’s Mother Allegedly Contacted Victim to Told Her to Delete Evidence of Illegal Contact, Hearing Set for Tuesday August 20th

Share
Mugshot of alleged sex offender Kaitlyn Hunt.

Mugshot of alleged sex offender Kaitlyn Hunt.Kaitlyn Hunt

Just to followup on last night’s post regarding alleged sex offender Kaitlyn Hunt, here is some media coverage…

Also, something significant was left out of last night’s post-that Kaitlyn Hunt’s mother allegedly contacted the victim as well, and told her to delete any evidence of Kaitlyn Hunt contacting her.

“DELETE EVERYTHING..My Number is (redacted) my email is (redacted) PLEASE delete everything and make sure that NO ONE finds out you’ve spoken to Kate at all!”

Note that I did not punish the phone number or email of Ms. Hunt.  It is in the court documentation, but I saw no need to repeat it.

So, it appears that both Kaitlyn Hunt violated the court order and contacted the alleged victim.  Not only did they contact the victim, but they instructed the victim to destroy any evidence that they contacted her.

This is pretty indefensible if you ask me.

Also, it is being reported that a hearing will be held on August 20th, next Tuesday, to address these issues…

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — Kaitlyn Hunt is expected to return to court on Tuesday, Aug. 20, for a hearing regarding the allegations she violated the terms of her pre-trial release.

Judge Robert Pegg has decided to hold a court hearing at 1 p.m. Tuesday to hear the State Attorney’s Office’s Notice of Violation.

Hunt is accused of having maintained contact with her now-ex-girlfriend.

According to Florida State Statutes, the court may revoke bond without an adversarial hearing on finding probably cause.

“It is apparent from the defendant’s past and present patterns of behavior that (Hunt) does not care that two circuit judges have ordered her to stay away from her victim,” according the written opinion of State Attorney Bruce Colton. “She has covertly contacted her victim thousands of time, had continued intimate contact with her victim, threatened to blame her victim if her own misconduct is discovered, instructed her victim on what to say to the prosecutor, solicited her victim to lie for her, and in general sought to obstruct the judicial process. “

So, we will know more on the fate of Kaitlyn Hunt on  Tuesday.

Here’s a thought.  Will the family now blame the victim, and state that she was to blame for the additional contact?   Just a thought.

Share
  • http://teresamerica.blogspot.com/ Teresa Rice

    “This is pretty indefensible if you ask me.” Absolutely!

    They probably will blame the victim. Like mother like daughter. They are both out of control and their behavior is inexcusable.