Tuesday, May 24, 2022

WATCH – Mass parade murderer admits on video to having sex with 16 year old he was pimping out

As it turns out, Sunday night’s Christmas parade massacre may not have been the only crime against children committed by the alleged suspect, Darrell Brooks.

On Sunday, Brooks reportedly killed five people and injured more than 40 when he drove a vehicle into a Waukesha, Wisconsin, Christmas parade.

A convicted felon with a long list of prior convictions, Brooks was reportedly out on a very low $1,000 cash bail at the time of the incident.

A recently unearthed video filmed by a man who appears to be Brooks in the past seems to confirm this was not the first time — if reports of his guilt are true — that the convicted felon victimized children.

In the video, a man who the International Business Times believes to be Brooks confessed to taking an underage girl across state lines to pimp out.

“All of a sudden, now I’m a pedophile,” the man appearing to be Brooks said in the video.

The man then alleged he took a 16-year-old girl to Nevada for “pimping.” He admitted he was arrested for doing so.

Brooks said that the underage girl is the mother of one of his daughters.

According to the International Business Times, there is one “Darrell Edward Brooks” listed on the Nevada sex offender registry as a “non-compliant, Tier 2 sex offender.”

The International Business Times went on to note that Brooks’ alleged crimes regarding the 16-year-old have yet to be confirmed by police.

Darrell Brooks, 39, was charged with five counts of murder after he allegedly plowed through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on Sunday, killing at least five and injuring dozens more.

Brooks, who has a lengthy criminal record, was taken into custody near the scene after a Waukesha police officer opened fire to try to stop the vehicle, authorities said. Officially, Brooks was charged with five counts of intentional homicide, which is the legal equivalent of first-degree murder in Wisconsin, and carries a life sentence upon conviction.