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Joseph Michael Weeks: Teen "Male Whore Dog" in Trouble Again, for Doing What Male Whore Dogs Do

Back in July, hours before he allegedly sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl who was messed up on cough syrup, a Lufkin mother called Joseph Michael Weeks a "male whore dog." And now, while out on bond for that case, the 19-year-old has racked up two more counts of sexual assault of a child.

This time around, Weeks is accused of assaulting a 15-year-old. A police report summarized in the Lufkin Daily News has it that Weeks took the girl to a movie at Lufkin's Carmike Cinema, where he groped her crotch, which accounts for the first sexual assault. He racked up his next by "going Coulston" on the teen. (That's Lufkin slang for getting a blow job in a movie theater. Actually, we just made that up.)

A justice of the peace has set Weeks's bond at a million bucks -- $500,000 for each charge. He says the bond is so high because the first case is still pending.

In that incident, Weeks, then 18, accompanied three young girls to the Lufkin Walmart, where he purchased cigarettes and over-the-counter cough syrup. (At least we think it was OTC; as another East Texas woman recently found out, it seems the pharmacists there are not that easy to con.)

After guzzling the sizzurp in the parking lot, the quartet adjourned to a home in the town of Hudson, where Weeks allegedly took advantage of the 13-year-old's narcotized state and starting having sex with her, only stopping when he was practically pulled off the girl by one of her friends. (Weeks had been warned to keep his hands off the 13-year-old by the mother of one of her friends. It was this mom who gave Weeks his "male whore dog" appellation.)

Weeks admitted to police that he had sex with the 13-year-old, but claimed it was consensual. In the movie theater incident, police claim to have text messages confirming the activities.

Ryan Deaton, Weeks's attorney, spoke yesterday to the Lufkin Daily News.

"Everything he's been involved with has been purely consensual, and I think the parents would agree with that," he said. "I'm not sure 15 years old means what it did 20 years ago. Young people now are a lot more promiscuous than they were when I was a kid. It's just a tragic case."

We're imagining the parents of the 13-year-old Weeks allegedly boffed while she was stoned on Robitussin might have a different definition of tragedy.


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