Affluenza Gets Billionaire Heir Only 4 Months In Prison For Sëxually Assaulting 12-Year-Old

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SC Johnson heir got 4 months for sexually assaulting his step daughter when she was 12.

Samuel Curtis Johnson III

Reported by Krystle Crossman

The “disease” called affluenza strikes again and is infuriating people all over the country. SC Johnson’s heir Samuel Curtis Johnson III admitted that he sëxually assaulted his step daughter repeatedly when she was only 12-years-old. The billionaire went before Circuit Justice Eugene Gasiorkiewicz and was given his sentence. He was fined a whopping $6,000 and a four month prison sentence. He will only serve that whole sentence if he doesn’t behave for the first 60 days. If he has good behavior, he will be eligible for parole in just two months.

The assaults occurred starting in 2011.
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His step daughter said that Johnson III touched her inappropriately at least 15-20 times and that he had a sëx addiction. In order to protect her younger sister, she told her mother about the abuse. Her mother confronted Johnson, who eventually confessed. The victim did not want to testify in the case. This allowed Johnson to get away with misdemeanor sëxual assault and disorderly conduct charges as opposed to the felony assault charges that he should have faced. A plea deal was forced because, if the case had gone to trial, the prosecutors thought that they would lose without their key witness. Johnson pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charges.

Johnson’s attorney told the judge that he should not be sentenced to the maximum penalties because Johnson leads a productive life. The judge agreed and stated that since Johnson was a productive member of society it would be better if he was in jail for a shorter period of time.

This is not the first time that affluenza has been beneficial to criminals and surely will not be the last. Wealthy Texas man Shaun Goodman was caught in his 7th DUI after driving 100mph and crashing into a parked car and then a house. He did not receive any jail time because the judge felt it wouldn’t be fair to Goodman, as he was a rich local businessman.