(Daily Caller News Foundation) – A transgender person receiving cross-sex hormones has been sentenced for multiple counts of child sexual abuse, the San Francisco Public Safety News reported Monday.
Jace Wong, formerly known as Robyn Danielle Wong, pled guilty to possession and distribution of child pornography. Wong would share naked pictures of young boys and girls at the daycare online in pedophile chat rooms. Prosecutors described Wong as “a systematic predator of toddler and preschool aged children.”
Wong would touch the children inappropriately, and encourage them to touch her inappropriately. Wong would also describe in detail further sexual abuses Wong wished to carry out against the children, according to videos on Wong’s phone.
Wong’s attorneys blamed doctors for not revealing how the high doses of testosterone would affect Wong given a congenital diagnosis of Triple X syndrome, an abnormality resulting in an extra X chromosome in females.
“This is a horrific case,” said U.S. District Judge James Donato said, according to the outlet. “In nine years on the bench this is the first case I’ve had that involved the actual physical abuse of children and, in that sense, it is the gravest and the most serious and most reprehensible crime that I have seen with respect to child pornography.”
Wong was exposed as a result of an undercover operation carried out by law enforcement. Wong showed agents a hidden album on a phone with hundreds of media files of various sexual abuses, including rape of a girl aged 6 or 7, the outlet reported.
Wong reportedly at one point contacted the medical group Kaiser Permante, which is currently being sued by multiple detransitioners, seeking “a way to lower my libido without lowering my testosterone intake.”
“While the hormonal imbalances brought about by this exogenous testosterone are not well understood, the sudden onset of libido, sexual urges, and sexual impulses would be ‘extremely disorganizing for girls with this disorder,” a defense expert said during the trial.
During the trial, one parent said that they “miss the smiles of my girls that I remember seeing and knowing prior to Wong’s malicious abuse.”
Wong has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.