Jerome Fleece Johnson is an American serial rapist who has unashamedly and publicly discussed his sexual orientation and preferences. The convict lives to derive pleasure from fellow men’s backsides, an offence which saw him serve a lengthy jail term.
Rape is a dehumanizing felony that robs the victims of their dignity and zeal for life. Most victims of this atrocious crime have to go through long periods of therapy to help them recover. Offenders like Fleece Johnson are a threat to those around them because they live in constant fear that they could be the next victim.
Who is Fleece Johnson?
Lots of netizens have been wondering, “Is Fleece Johnson a real person?” Yes. Fleece is an American national born in 1957. The exact date of birth is not known. His biological father is known as Assef, a gay-rapist and Taliban boss who hated everyone except himself. He enjoyed having gay sex with Hazaras and Welsh people.
Johnson’s father also committed mass murders during his lifetime in an attempt to conquer the world. Assef was not always gay. He decided to explore same-sex relationships after watching the movie 300. Sources claim that his mother, who remains unknown, abandoned Fleece shortly after he was born.
The details of Johnson’s upbringing and educational background have remained undisclosed. However, he was previously a boxer and wrestler. The atrocities he committed while in jail earned him the nickname Booty Warrior.
What is Fleece Johnson in jail for?
On July 26, 1979, local authorities sentenced 22-year-old Johnson to a ten-year jail term at the Kentucky State Penitentiary for armed robbery. In addition, he was detained at a maximum security facility.
In 1987, Johnson picked up additional wanton endangerment and first-degree assault charges, which saw his sentence increase by 18 years. Wanton endangerment happens when the offender engages in conduct that creates a substantial danger of death or serious physical injury to another person.
In October 1990, the Kentucky State found Fleece guilty of assault on a Corrections Office four times. This crime added 20 years to his existing sentence.
According to HipHop Overload, Fleece Johnson’s victims included inmates who sagged their pants and also those who covered their mouths when they coughed. He took that as an invitation to rape. The convict has also been quoted saying, ”In prison, booty is more important than water.” Some records show that Johnson sexually violated over 157 men while in custody.
Has Fleece Johnson been released?
Between 1981 and 2013, Fleece was up for parole 13 times after serving 20-50 percent of his sentence. However, prison officials deferred his parole because of his behaviour while in custody.
From 1981 to 2013, he was up for parole 13 times after serving a minimum percentage of his sentence for the various crimes. His parole was deferred by prison officials because of his behaviour while incarcerated. The prisoner has numerous cases of violence inflicted on wardens who disrespected him.
On July 28, 2015, a hearing recommended a parole arrangement with a proposed release date of September 1, 2015. At 57 years old, the authorities listed Johnson’s Risk Assessment Rating as low.
Some sources claim that he was officially released on June 15, 2016, but arrested a few days later for armed robbery. Then, in February 2021, raper Silento, born Richard Lamar “Ricky” Hawk, faced the arm of the law for charges of killing his cousin.
While commenting about the conviction of the Watch Me Whip/Nae Nae hitmaker, Johnson said that it would be refreshing to see a young lad like Silento come in to show him how to ”whip and nae nae” personally. So, unfortunately, Johnson’s comments could mean that he is still locked up.
Where is Fleece Johnson at now?
After his release, Fleece was reportedly adjusting back to everyday life. However, he said it was tough because mens’ behinds were not as easy to come by outside, so he might go back to what he knows best. However, there have not been any reports in public about him being arrested again.
The serial rapist was also the inspiration for a character in Boondocks (2005) known as The Booty Warrior. Carl Jones played the role. Fleece also appeared in an episode of Lockup, a TV series that follows men and women in jail. The show made him famous globally due to his unapologetic remarks about his love for fellow mens’ behinds.
With all the uncertainty surrounding his life and whereabouts, netizens have been asking, is Fleece Johnson dead? There have not been any reports of Johnson’s death. However, there have not been any reports of what he is currently doing or if he has a family.
Fleece Johnson spent his prime years behind bars. His background and upbringing likely had a part in influencing his violent tendencies. The world will be eager to find out if he has turned from his heinous and disgraceful behaviour.
Tuko.co.ke featured the story of siblings Danny and Christe Downs, who were reportedly shot by their mother when they were small children. Police reports stated that their mother committed this unbelievable crime because she was obsessed with a man who did not want children. Her marriage to her first husband had ended in divorce. So, where are Christie and Danny now?
The siblings were adopted by the prosecutor in their mother’s case, Fred Hugi, and his wife Joanne, in 1986. Unfortunately, their sister succumbed to bullet wounds. Christie and Danny have enjoyed a normal upbringing but lead private lives. Christie is now married and has children, while Danny is a computer wizard whose exact whereabouts have remained undisclosed.
Source: Kenyan Breaking News