Texas woman charged after ‘pretending to be her made-up autistic twin sister as part of a twisted plan to trick male caregiver into sex’
Texas woman, allegedly bizarrely pretended to be fake autistic twin sister for sexual gratification
Rachel Childs, 29, charged with burglary of a habitation with intent to commit assault and indecent exposure
Childs works as a clerk at a Houston law firm specializing in family law and divorce cases, allegedly hired a male caregiver for her made-up autistic twin sister
She then made sexual advance towards tha caregiver ‘ inconsistent with that of a person with autism ‘
Her scheme was exposed after the caregiver became suspicious, looked into Child’s background and found out she has no siblings
He filed a police report leading to her arrest on Jan 3
A 29-year-old woman from Pearland, Texas is accused of pretending to be a fake autistic twin sister to hire and con a caregiver, a bizarre hoax that was strictly for sexual gratification, Pearland police said Thursday.
Rachel Childs was arrested earlier this month on charges of felony burglary of a habitation with intent to commit assault and misdemeanor indecent exposure, after the bizarre plan, in which police say she pretended to be her own non-existent autistic twin sister in an attempt to lure the man into having sex with her, was exposed by her intended target.
Rachel Childs, has been arrested after she pretended to be her own non-existent autistic twin sister in order to lure a man into having sex with her
According to police, Childs contacted a male caregiver online and hired him to look after her made-up twin, whom she described as autistic.
The unnamed caretaker was instructed to pick up the twin at Childs’ residence in Pearland, take her to his own house for the night and bring her back the following morning, reported Houston Chronicle.
Police spokesman Jason Wells said while at the caregiver’s home, Childs, posing as her special-needs twin, engaged in ‘sexually oriented conduct’ towards the man, which raised alarms bells with him.
The caregiver concluded that the woman’s behavior was inconsistent with that of a person with autism and decided to look into Childs’ background.
After doing some digging, the man learned that Childs has no siblings and contacted the local police department.
An investigation was launched, which determined that Childs had made up the autistic twin for the purpose of sexual gratification, according to police.
Childs turned herself in on January 3 and was later released on bond.
According to an arrest report, Childs works as a clerk at a Houston law firm specializing in family law and divorce cases.
Police are asking anyone who believes they have been a victim of a similar crime to contact them at 281-997-4151.
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