Target: Kingston, Tennessee District Attorney Russell Johnson
Goal: Ensure maximum punishment for Star Trek actress who allegedly exposed herself to underage child, and then to police.
Former ‘Star Trek Voyager’ actress Jennifer Lien was arrested on two counts of exposing herself to minors. She allegedly did it because her young neighbor was outside crying over a cut foot so she responded in a criminal manner.
When deputies arrived, her door was open and she was allegedly nude. She told them she’d been expecting them and refused to cover herself. When they informed her of the warrant, she refused to go anywhere and demanded they leave. While having to be carried to the police car, she allegedly threatened to have the officers killed.
It seems this woman doesn’t understand the nature of sexual harassment and that it’s a serious crime. Not only did she allegedly choose to expose herself to an underage child on more than one occasion, but then she harassed officers. This kind of behavior is sick and deserving of serious repercussions. If people are allowed to repeatedly expose themselves to underage children and then sexually harass others, their sexual crimes will only worsen. Urge the district attorney to see to it that this woman’s alleged sexual misconduct is treated seriously and earns her as severe a punishment as possible.
Dear District Attorney Russell Johnson,
A woman was arrested for exposing herself to a minor because she allegedly showed her breasts and buttocks to a child because he was crying over a cut foot. When deputies arrived, the door was reportedly opened and while nude, she told officers that she’d been expecting them. Then she demanded they leave while refusing to put clothing on, and threatened to have them killed when they carried her to the car.
This repeated sexual exposure is sick and should be treated as the serious crime that it is. We urge you to see to it that she’s punished severely so nobody else (including more children) are unwillingly exposed to her nudity.
[Your Name Here]
Photo credit: Doug Cline