Florida Woman Worked with Law Enforcement to Get a Pedophile Off The Street
A Florida woman who wishes to remain anonymous, spoke with Orlando’s News 6 and described her involvement with law enforcement in getting an accused pedophile arrested in Marion County.
The woman answered a message from Nicolas Wallace on the Tinder Dating app and two days later her date was in the Marion County Jail. The two were communicating via direct messages on Instagram and everything seemed ok until he started asking personal questions.
Wallace asked her “ What age did you first mess around?” She told him she was 13 and had it taken from her unwillingly. Wallace told her that he was into young girls, which didn’t sit well with her as she was a victim of molestation.
The woman decided to see what secrets Wallace was keeping. She asked Wallace what was the youngest that he would go. The answer was shocking. Wallace stated, “She was 8, never forced or anything, started off slow, always played , loved all that stuff.” Then one day they finally had sex.
The woman notified several law enforcement agencies who used the woman’s social media account to continue the investigation. Wallace continued to give out more sickening details of his pedophilia, and even included four pictures of children.
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Wallace then wanted to meet up with the woman, and even offered to bring a child with him. The woman was disgusted by the thought that Wallace was thinking she was OK with this.
Although Wallace is now sitting in the Marion County jail on a $95,000 bond, the woman doesn’t consider that justice. “I think prison is too good for him” she said.
Wallace has been charged with transmission of child pornography, possession of child pornography, solicitation to commit sexual battery on a victim less than 12 years of age, promoting the sexual performance of a minor, and sexual assault against a child under 12 years of age.
I would like to thank this woman for her help in putting a possible pedophile in prison. As for justice, if Wallace is found guilty, that will be taken care of in prison.
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