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Complaint Review: Ahavel Schertz Model and Convicted Child Molester
Ahavel Schertz Model and Convicted Child MolesterInternet United States of America
Ahavel Schertz Model and Convicted Child Molester Convicted Child Molester Ahavel Abimbola Schertz, Rhoda Schertz, Convicted Child Molester Beware of Convicted Child Molester and Scammer Ahavel Schertz. The woman pretends to be a super model. She is a convicted child molester. Internet
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Ahavel Schertz, who goes by many names, was recently convicted of child molestation, assault and battery, and abuse against a 13 year old girl in Woodbury, Minn. The evil child abuser also goes by the name Ahavel Abimbola Scherz.
According to FOX News, "Ahavel Scherz, 27, could get a year in jail for punishing her boyfriend's daughter by forcing her to kneel on a bare floor with bare knees for a long period of time holding a chair straight over her head. When the 13-year-old girl's arms could no longer remain extended fully, Scherz would hit her with a wooden spoon until she could. [continued below]....
"The day after the punishment, Scherz wrote "My name is (the girl's name) and I am a thief" on the front of a shirt and "I have been stealing my dad's girlfriend's clothes...I am a thief" on the back of the shirt and forced her to wear the shirt to school. School officials reported the incident to police.
"I cannot imagine what this poor child went through that night and following day," said County Attorney Pete Orput. "Adding to that pain she was forced to come into court and relive that horrible experience in order to bring Scherz to justice. I am proud that our Washington County citizens have brought some justice to this brave little girl. Hopefully, this will send a message to parents that there is a line that cannot be crossed in disciplining our children."
But it gets better. According to CBS News Ahavel Schertz punished and abused the young child, who was the daughter of her boyfriend, because the teenager girl was wearing some of her tee-shirts to school. Imagine that? Beating the pants and assaulting a child, then punishing her with physical abuse - marking the child - all because of a tee shirt.
But Ahavel Schertz, who apparently had a fading modeling career (take a look at her mug shot), was not done with the abuse. Along with the child's father, Garrett Jensen, Schertz forced the young girl to humiliate herself by wearing a tee-shirt to school that read 'I am a thief'. How dare this evil abusive women do what she did.
Ahavel Schertz will be sentenced up to one year in prison for her crimes against a young child in November. Individuals interested in contacting the child's mother can do so by obtaining the mother's telephone number and twitter account provided on the Twin Cities News link (the first link provided).
Clearly, child abusers and molesters are the most evil of all individuals. Ahavel Schertz is a monster. Beware of this woman: there are websites of the aspiring model clearly demonstrating her chameleon ability but beware, Ahavel 'Rhoda' Schertz is very dangerous and is a known abuser.
Child abusers such as Ahavel Schertz should go to jail for a very long time. The acts she was found guilty of demonstrate this is an evil woman.
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