Woman Charged With Rape After Listing Boy, 14, as Father of Her Unborn Baby: Cops
Mekenzie Guffey, 19, allegedly met the boy in a McDonald's.
A pregnant Alabama woman is being charged with rape after authorities said she listed a 14-year-old boy as the father of her unborn baby.
Mekenzie Guffey, 19, was reportedly applying for Medicaid when she listed the teen as the father.
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She and the teen allegedly had sex upwards of 20 times since being introduced through a mutual friend at an area McDonald's, according to AL.com.
Police say Guffey would pick the boy up from his house and drive to a remote area near the nuclear power plant, where they allegedly had sex in her car.
Police Chief Jason Hepler told reporters that Guffey "was proud of [the boy] being the father" until cops got involved.
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Guffey was arrested Friday and charged with rape, sex abuse, enticing a child for immoral purposes, traveling to meet a child for an unlawful sex act, possession of child pornography, and dissemination of child pornography.
Guffey was released from the Jackson County Jail on $25,300 bail. If convicted, she faces up to 20 years in prison.
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