A mother from Nebraska has been convicted of sexually abusing her 11-year-old daughter’s friends during sleepovers where she drugged them with alcohol and weed gummies.
a Sarpy County jury determined on Wednesday Christina M. Greer, 38, groomed two of the boys, ages 12 and 13, into having sex with her.
Greer, 38, was found guilty of three counts of first-degree sexual assault of a child, six counts of felony child abuse and two counts of witness tampering, after an eight-day trial.
In a news release, the Sarpy County attorney’s office stated she was found not guilty of two other counts — one count of sexual assault of a child and another count of child enticement by electronic communication.
Sentencing is scheduled for April 19 and she faces a mandatory sentence of at least 45 years, with the possibility of a life sentence.
Prosecutors said the incidents occurred between September 2017 and February 2018 at her home.
Back in 2019, Greer’s daughter testified that her mother would take her to Walmart to buy strawberry and watermelon margarita mix and would pour the children drinks, according to the Omaha World-Herald.
“She said we shouldn’t tell anybody because she’d get in trouble and lose her kids,” the girl testified.
Children would then play drinking games and eat weed-infused gummy bears with her mom.
Prosecutors asked the girl if she ever got drunk, and she answered: “Every time.”
At the time, Greer’s bail had been set at $1.5 million.
“Children who were at the sleepover testified that they observed the defendant and one boy kissing,” prosecutors said in the release.
Greer had told the kids not to tell anyone about the abuse and to delete evidence from their phones. Law enforcement retrieved sexually explicit photos of Greer from the phone of one victims.
“These kids showed a lot of bravery and fortitude by testifying and confronting their abuser,” Deputy County Attorney Michael Mills said in the release.
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