Christina Greer: Mom who had sex with daughter's minor friends during sleepovers jailed
Christina Greer, 38, sexually exploited two boys aged 12 and 13 while they came to meet her 11-year-old daughter
SARPY COUNTY, NEBRASKA: Nebraska woman Christina Greer was sentenced to between 64 and 102 years in prison for sexually abusing two boys who were friends of her 11-year-old daughter during sleepovers at her home.
She was convicted in March of three counts of first-degree sexual assault of a child involving two boys ages 12 and 13, six counts of felony child abuse and two counts of witness tampering.
The 38-year-old mother had sexual intercourse with two boys, aged 12 and 13, while they came to meet their friend, Greer's 11-year-old daughter for weekend sleepovers in late 2017 and early 2018. She also gave marijuana-infused gummy bears to the two boys and told them not to tell anyone about the parties, according to the Sarpy County attorney’s office.
Greer groomed two of the boys into having sex with her, and police found sexually explicit photos of Greer on one victim’s phone, court documents reveal.
“The victims had to go through a lot, to put it lightly,” said prosecutor Phil Kleine with the Sarpy County Attorney’s office. “I hope that, with the court’s sentence, the victims will be able to find some form of closure and be able to move forward with their lives.”
"Children who were at the sleepover testified that they observed the defendant and one boy kissing," prosecutors said in the release.
Greer’s daughter, who was 12 at the time, revealed during a court pretrial hearing in 2019 that some of the events included margaritas and drinking games, local newspaper Kearney Hub reported at the time. “She said we shouldn’t tell anybody because she’d get in trouble and lose her kids,” the girl said about her mother, adding that the kids would get drunk “every time.”
Greer groomed the boys into having sex with her and then took pictures while doing it. Authorities found the images on one of the boy’s phone, court documents show. She also told them to delete evidence from their phones and not to tell anyone about their sexual encounters, according to prosecutors.
Philip Kleine with the Sarpy County Attorney's Office said this case initially involved one victim, but over time the case took a turn. "This is a case that, just through investigation, through depositions with victims, they just started to talk about more things that were taking place at her house," Kleine explained. Greer will be sentenced in April and faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 45 years up to a maximum of life imprisonment between the eleven counts.