Man is jailed for 30 months for repeatedly putting semen in his female co-worker’s water bottle

 

 

 

Stevens Millancastro, A resident of California who was 30 years old with sentence test this past Tuesday to 2 1/2 years in prison for assault and battery for sexual misconduct. The female coworker accused Millancastro of sexual harassment after she reported him for  sexual harassment at her workplace.

It all started when he started to ask her out and she kept refusing. He then became obsessed she said and then she reported him to the human resources Department about his unwanted behavior. After this complaint he put semen in her water bottle, her honey jar and keyboard. The incidents occur between November 2016 and January 2017.

Orange County Superior Court Judge Kathleen Roberts ordered Stevens Millancastro, a Palmdale resident, to register as a sex offender, after rejecting his argument that he committed the crimes as acts of revenge rather than for sexual gratification.

Roberts noted that Millancastro, 30, acted in an “extremely sexually aggressive” way and “deliberately infected” the victim’s belongings, leaving her “emotionally devastated.” The judge said it was part of a scheme to get the woman to ingest Millancastro’s semen after she rejected him and reported him to their bosses.

Orange County Superior Court Judge Kathleen Roberts  ordered  Millancastro to register as a sex offender after Orange County Superior Court after rejecting his argument that he committed the crimes as acts of revenge rather than for sexual gratification.

 

 

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