18-Year-Old Charged For Sexual Abuse After Finding Guilty For Sexually Assaulting A 7-Year-Old Girl On Remote Learning Livestream

by San Eli News

Thursday: A 18-year-old high school senior man caught red handed and has been imposed for sexual abuse when the incident regarding he sexually assaulting and molesting a 7-year-old Chicago first graded girl through learning Livestream came to light.

According to document reports, the man is identified as the 18-year-old namely, Catrell A. Walls who has been imposed with criminal sexual charges and is said to appear for a bond hearing during this Saturday.

The 7-year-old who is the victim of the case also told the investigators that the assault wasn’t for the first time.

With that, she also said that ‘he made me put my lips on (him) and this has happened before, and I don’t want my daddy to know, it’s a secret,’’’ Cook County Assistant State’s Attorney Andreana Turano informed to the court.

Other students and teachers also said that she saw the victim being forced by Catrell to perform oral sex during breaks in their remote class at about 3:30 P.M. This came in light after the teacher told students to mute themselves and turn off their cameras but the girl muted her computer but left the video running.

As students asked, “What’s going on, what’s happening?” the teacher called out for students to “Log off! Log off!” and called out the girl’s name, telling her to turn off her video. The teacher told police she saw Walls close the computer, and she called police, the school principal, and the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.

Officers have arrested Catrell as the 7-year-old was taken to Comer Children’s Hospital for an evaluation.

Turano police department told the court that Catrell began crying as he was arrested.

“I don’t know why,” he said, according to the attorney. “I’m sorry. I’m sorry.” Said Catrell.

Walls was out on bail on an aggravated unlawful use of a weapon charge, Turano said and is due back in court on that charge on November 30. The judge on Saturday ordered no bail for the sexual assault charge and ordered him back in court on October 19.