A transgender woman could spend the rest of her life behind bars after being convicted of raping a 10-year-old girl in a restroom.
Martinez, who identifies as a woman and goes by the first name Michelle, assaulted the girl inside a residential bathroom, according to the Billings Gazette.
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In what can only be described as a shocking and sickening story the accused predator Miguel Martinez, a biological male who identifies as a woman, is now standing trial after he sexually assaulted the young girl in a bathroom. Martinez pleaded not guilty at her arraignment to both counts Wednesday afternoon in Natrona County District Court.
Nurses at the Wyoming Medical Center performed a sexual assault exam on the minor and found redness and abrasions around the girl's genitalia.
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A 12-man jury discovered Michelle Martinez, who was referred to as Miguel Martinez before recognizing as a female, blameworthy of first-degree and second-degree sexual manhandle of a minor.
Police officers found Martinez passed out on a couch in a home in Evansville. Martinez was extremely intoxicated and hard to wake up, according to the documents. The young lady likewise told police that, "It hurt inside", the Star Tribune detailed. When he finally came to, a police report says he became combative, hostile, and defensive. Martinez also said the child was "talking crap" on the day the abuse occurred. She also told police that Martinez should go to jail.
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