Human Trafficking, Sexual Battery Charges Dropped Against Cantonment Man

November 8, 2019

Charges including human trafficking have been dropped against a Cantonment man.

John Chess Foster was arrested late last month for human trafficking, sexual battery, false imprisonment and battery due to allegations made by the woman that had lived with him for nearly five years.

The arrest report states the victim told deputies he gets high on methamphetamine, brings guys over and forces her to perform sexual acts on them. She stated that he has facilitated sexual contact between her and over 20 men where he forces her to sit naked before telling her what acts to perform on them and making her bathe with bleach when finished.

He denies the allegations, and now the State Attorney’s Office has dropped all charges because the victim is not cooperating with investigators and information provided by a neighbor contradicts her claims.

The State Attorney’s Office said they are continuing their investigation into the case and looking into if the alleged victim could face charges for filing a false police report.

Comments

8 Responses to “Human Trafficking, Sexual Battery Charges Dropped Against Cantonment Man”

  1. you cant handle on November 8th, 2019 4:34 pm

    The only thing evil needs to prevail, is for good men/women to do nothing.

  2. M in Bratt on November 8th, 2019 3:56 pm

    “information provided by a neighbor contradicts her story”. If this woman was found to be lying, she should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. It’s sad that our legal system has devolved to the point that you CAN BE PROVEN GUILTY BY GENDER.

  3. A mcdaniel on November 8th, 2019 3:34 pm

    It all sounded a little far fetched.

  4. Howie on November 8th, 2019 12:27 pm

    I didn’t comment on the earlier story. After reading a few of the victim’s statements to Deputies, I decided that she and Foster were both trouble.

    She said she was not allowed to leave the house except for short periods of time with a family member. Indicates that Foster is controlling. Time to leave and not return.

    Change your phone number and Foster won’t be able to locate you by GPS.

    Most people don’t know how to leave an abusive situation and end up seriously injured or dead.

    I know it’s hard for people to leave for fear of being found again, or afraid of being alone. BUT, get some guts and get out.

    Mental Counseling is always a good route to take.

  5. juat sayin on November 8th, 2019 11:37 am

    This guy has more pull than the Clintons. From the previous story its obvious his girlfriend is scared to death of him and now she is the one in trouble. What a shame.

  6. Citizen on November 8th, 2019 11:14 am

    It’s possible that the charges were false, but it sounds like the woman who brought the charges against him has more fear of him than she does faith in the justice system.

    It’s really sad for her if that proves to be the case, and just let’s another predator and abuser go scot-free.

  7. Alan on November 8th, 2019 9:10 am

    I wonder how many of the “guilty until proven innocent” crowd who posted on the original article will take the time to post an apology to this man?

    One person called him an ANIMAL and another wanted a return to the Wild West where he could beat this “scrum” with his “bear hands” (his spelling, not mine).

  8. Karen on November 8th, 2019 8:43 am

    Poor man is not the first to be the victim of an angry woman and her lies! Kudos to Northescambia.com for publishing the follow-up!





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