The pedophile Nebraska mom is convicted in March of sexually abusing daughter’s friends, all juveniles, in alcohol-fueled sleepovers at her home in Omaha
Christina Greer was accused of assaulting her daughter’s male friends, aged 12 and 13, during sleepovers where she plied them with alcohol and pot gummies
Greer, 38, was sentenced to 64 to 102 years in prison Monday for sexually assaulting two boys
The assaults happened during sleepovers with her 11-year-old daughter at her home near Omaha, in 2017 and 2018
Greer lured the 12 and 13-year-old boys with alcohol and weed edibles before sexually assaulting them
Police initially arrested Greer after a report was made that she was having sex with one of the boys from September 2017 to December 2017
Another boy came forward in January 2019 with similar allegations, and that August, a child enticement charge was added to Greer’s list of charges
A Sarpy County jury found Greer guilty of three counts of first-degree sexual assault of a child, six counts of felony child abuse and two counts of witness tampering
She must serve 32 years in prison before being eligible for parole. Absent parole, she must be released after 51 years
In court Monday, Greer sobbed through her statement, saying she is ‘so ashamed and sorry’ for what happened
A Nebraska mother is facing up to a century in prison for sexually assaulting two of her daughter’s friends during a sleepover at her home in 2017 and 2018.
Christina M. Greer from Omaha was sentenced to 64 to 102 years in prison Monday for luring a 12-year-old and 13-year-old boy with alcohol and weed edibles, before she sexually assaulted them in her home, court documents show.
Her daughter was 11 at the time.
In March, a Sarpy County jury had found 38-year-old Greer guilty of three counts of first-degree sexual assault of a child, six counts of felony child abuse and two counts of witness tampering.
The jury found her not guilty of one count of first-degree sexual assault of a child and one count of child enticement.
Under state sentencing guidelines, she must serve 32 years in prison before being eligible for parole. Absent parole, she must be released after 51 years.
She will be given credit for the time she has spent in jail awaiting her trial and sentencing.
At her sentencing Monday, Greer sobbed as she read her statement. She expressed remorse telling the court she is ‘so ashamed and sorry’ for what happened.
Police initially arrested Greer after a report was made that she was having sex with one of the boys from September 2017 to December 2017. Due to defense requests, Greer’s trial was delayed several times.
However during her trial, a Sarpy County sheriff’s deputy testified that he interviewed a 13-year-old boy who admitted to having sex with Greer on three occasions at her home near the Chalco Hills Recreation Area.
Another boy came forward in January 2019 with similar allegations, and that August, a child enticement charge was added to Greer’s list of charges.
Other than the 13-year-old boy who said he had sex with Greer on three occasions, the deputy and Greer’s daughter both identified up to six teens or preteens who regularly spent the weekend at Greer’s house.
With the additional victim coming forward in that January, the pool of potential victims increased to seven total minors.
‘Having sex with an adult female is thought of, ‘That’s the cool kid of the group,” said Sarpy County Deputy Attorney Phil Kleine.
‘It’s just not the case in these situations. They’ve been bullied, transferred schools multiple times. It’s just unfortunate they have to continue to deal with it,’ Kleine added.
In court Monday, Greer sobbed through her statement, saying she is ‘so ashamed and sorry’ for what happened.
Greer said that as a mom, it’s her duty to protect her children, admitting she ‘failed.’
‘Now our victims are 15, 16 years old,’ Kleine said. ‘One of them just got a driver’s license. Now they’re going to have to deal with this rest of their lives.’
‘Any relationship will have trust issues due to what she did to them,’
Because they are minors, neither the boys nor the woman’s daughter have been identified.
Authorities said Greer provided alcohol and marijuana-infused gummy bears to her 11-year-old daughter and her friends at weekend sleepovers in 2017 and 2018. The children at the parties were ages 11, 12 or 13. Greer at the time was 34 and 35 years old.
When Greer’s daughter testified in court, she stated that her mother had initially told her not to tell anyone about the assaults at their home near 144th Street and Giles Road because she would get in trouble and lose her kids, the girl testified.
Greer’s daughter testified she heard her mother and one boy in her bedroom kissing. Another teen testified that the daughter said the boy was having sex with her mom at the time, Kleine said.
After three hours of deliberation, the jury finally delivered their verdict.
‘We’re immensely pleased,’ Kleine said. ‘It’s been three years, a harrowing experience for the families, for the victims.’
‘It’s been a roller coaster of emotions. Just immensely proud of the victims in this case to be able to stay on course and still testify,’ Kleine added.