Memphis woman arrested for performing oral sex on four-year-old boy, and sharing videos of abusive acts on social media
24-year-old Tamara Marion was identified by the authorities as the woman in two videos that were posted online showing abuse of four-year-old toddler
A woman from Memphis has now been arrested after a videos shared on social media showed her performing oral sex on a four-year-old toddler.
24-year-old Tamara Marion was identified by the authorities as the woman in two videos that were posted online showing her sexually abusing the toddler in what is being described as rape and sexual exploitation of a minor. The footage also shows Marion sexually assaulting the toddler as well as the toddler attempting to perform a sexual act on her.
WREG reported that, according to the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office records, Marion will be turning 25-years-old on April 25. The authorities were made aware of the horrific videos after they received a tip that told them the clips were being shared online.
One of the videos reportedly shows a woman, who was identified by the authorities as Marion, pushing the toddler to the floor, removing his tiny pants and then putting her mouth on his genitals. According to the authorities, the second video shows the child attempting to perform a different sex act on Marion.
There is yet to be any information regarding the relationship between Marion and the child. It is still not known where the other person, the one who recorded these videos, is or whether the videos were taken by Marion by herself.
The authorities have also not revealed whether they are looking for any additional suspects who are related to the abuse of the minor that was caught on camera. Marion is still in custody and has been booked on multiple charges of sexual exploitation of a minor and rape of a child.
She had been arrested in February prior to the recent arrest after she threatened to kill another woman in front of the authorities while in court for a vandalism charge, WREG had previously reported. At that time, she was charged with two counts of violating an order of protection.
Marion was also charged with two counts of retaliation for past action (threats of bodily harm), related to threats that she made to two women who are said to be victims in the vandalism case. The authorities said that Marion became "belligerent" and "loud" at the time and that she stated "she put these false charges on me. When I get out, I’m going to come back here and kill her".