Tiffany McClellan Wiki – Tiffany McClellan Biography
Tiffany McClellan is a Mississippi woman who sentenced to two decades in prison Thursday after admitting to sexually assaulting an infant boy two years ago. She has a social media profile describing herself as a former criminal justice student.
Tiffany McClellan is 29-year-old.
She was arrested in August 2018 after detectives were tipped off to the footage of her sexually abusing the infant on a phone. They have not explained how they were alerted to the abuse material.
The child’s relationship with McClellan has not been disclosed to protect the victim’s identity. It is claimed McClellan abused the youngster at the behest of another adult, although police have yet to say whether anyone else was arrested and charged over the abuse material they found. WLOX reported that McClellan must spend the entirety of her prison sentence behind bars, meaning she will not be freed until 2040.
She must also register as a sex offender when she is released. Forrest County prosecutor Lin Carter hailed McClellan’s sentence, saying: ‘I would like to recognize the great investigation in this case by Lt Ray and the Petal Police Department, which lead to rescuing an infant boy from a home where he was being sexually abused and exploited.
‘This defendant will serve 20 years day-for-day behind bars. Nothing is more sacred than the safety and well being of our children. My office will continue to prioritize the prosecution of violent criminals, including those that abuse children.’
Forrest County Circuit Court Judge Robert Helfrich on Thursday sentenced Tiffany Meghan McClellan, 29, to 20 years in prison followed by 20 years of probation, news outlets reported. Upon her release, McClellan will have to register as a sex offender.
According to a news release, Petal Police arrested McClellan on Aug. 10, 2018, after an investigation revealed video evidence of an infant boy being sexually abused.
“Nothing is more sacred than the safety and well being of our children. My office will continue to prioritize the prosecution of violent criminals, including those that abuse children,” District Attorney Lin Carter, who serves Forrest and Perry counties. said in a statement.