Pedo suspect in Delphi murders asks women who write to him in prison for sexual favors, demands money for interviews

One woman who wrote to Kegan Kline said that the suspect offered to give her information if she allowed him to masturbate in front of her via FaceTime

Pedo suspect in Delphi murders asks women who write to him in prison for sexual favors, demands money for interviews
Kegan Kline, 27, is currently in custody in Miami County, Indiana, for 30 counts of child pornography-related charges dating back to 2016 and 2017 (Miami County Sheriff's office)
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PERU, INDIANA: Kegan Kline, the pedophile suspect in the Delphi murders, is reportedly having a tough time in prison. The 28-year-old is currently in custody on suspicion of child pornography unrelated to the murders of Abigail Williams, 13, and Libby German, 14. The two friends were murdered in 2017. 

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As the Daily Mail reports, 'The Murder Sheet' podcast recently revealed that Kline is demanding money for interviews from prison. The suspect also asks women who write to him for sexual favors. The news comes after Indiana police took Kline into custody from Miami, where he was being held. They also searched a river near his home for clues to the case. Police never disclosed how exactly the girls died. However, a search warrant revealed that they had lost large amounts of blood.
 
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Libby German, 14, and Abby Williams, 13 were murdered in 2017 (FBI)
Libby German, 14, and Abby Williams, 13 were murdered in 2017 (FBI)

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‘Everyone is making money off of my name’

According to the Daily Mail, Kegan Kline demanded $400 from reporter Aine Caine and attorney Kevin Greenlee, who hosts The Murder Sheet podcast. He reportedly demanded the money in exchange for an hour-long interview about the murders. The publication revealed that Kline did not deny his involvement or make a confession. Rather, he complained that he was having a hard time in prison and was hungry.

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In a text, the accused told Aine and Greenlee, “I'm having a hard enough time. I was advised by my lawyer to not answer questions from anyone.” He later agreed saying, “How many questions do you want to ask? I'll answer some but not for free. Everyone is making money off of my name and I'm sitting here hungry with nothing.” Kline then demanded $300 for his commissary and an additional $100 to be put on his jail phone to facilitate texts.

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Kegan Kline is asking for sexual favors

The podcast hosts also revealed that Kegan Kline has asked women who write to him for sexual favors. The hosts have allegedly heard from women in contact with Kline in prison with whom he has blatantly sexual relationships. According to the podcast, Kline asked one of them if she would allow him to masturbate for her over FaceTime. And to another, he allegedly made even more explicit comments. For those who do not know: Kline is still being held in Miami on child pornography charges. He has never been charged in connection with the murders of Libby and Abi, which remain unsolved five years after the crime.

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