Venezuelan MLB Employee Found Guilty Of Having Sex With 13-Year-Old

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Felipe Javier Vázquez is a Venezuelan professional baseball pitcher and convicted sex offender who is currently on the restricted list for the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Felipe Vazquez found guilty on abuse charges from having sex with 13-year old

May 20, 2021

Former MLB pitcher Felipe Vazquez was found guilty of sexual assault charges from having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 2017, reports said Thursday.

A Westmoreland County, Penn. jury found the two-time Pittsburgh Pirates all-star guilty on 10 counts, including statutory sexual assault, sexual abuse of children and indecent assault of a minor under 16, according to Wink News.

But the jury found him not guilty on 10 charges of unlawful contact or communication with the girl, the outlet reported.

The jury asked the judge to see pictures and video of the girl during deliberations, according to Wink.

The victim, now 17 and a Florida resident, was in the courtroom at the time of the verdict, WPXI 11 said. She had testified that she and Vasquez had sex in his car outside her home hours before an afternoon Pirates game, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported.


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