True Crime: Police say two men dressed as women sexually assaulted 14-year-old boy


A man dressed as a woman was arrested for kidnapping and performing a sexual act on a minor after the boy was dragging behind an abandoned house.

Thankfully the boy managed to get away after the attack

Javoris Quentin Phillips was charged with kidnapping and lewd and lascivious battery of a victim younger than 15, the Daily Mail reports.

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The 14-year-old boy was attacked by 36-year-old Phillips and another man who were both dressed as women. The man who was with Phillips has not been found.

According to the teen, the two men approached him and were wearing make-up, wigs and women’s clothing on August 6, 2017. The boy said he was walking to his friend’s house. He said once the men started talking he realized they weren’t actually women and he tried to then run away.

The men, armed with a gun, threatened to kill the teen and told him to shut up several times, while Phillips assaulted the boy. The other man watched.

When the boy screamed the predators eventually ran away.

A facebook page revealed that Phillips was going by an alias of Aceianna Phillips. Police connected the dots and from the DNA from the boy, they were able to match Phillips and identify him under several aliases including: Nathan Phillips, Frederic, Cedrick, Hannah, and Aceiyana.

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Phillips has a criminal history and was convicted in the past for prostitution, battery on a law enforcement officer, weapons charges, loitering, prowling, and car jacking.