Amanda Billiris: Police, Relatives Say She Spent Turkey Day Raping 15-Year-Old Relative

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Last week Hair Balls came up with a list of the 10 worst things you will face at your family Thanksgiving.

One that didn't make the cut: walking in on an adult woman having sex with an underage relative.

Police in Montgomery County say that scenario unfolded at a family gathering on Oakridge Forest Lane in Spring. Amanda Billiris, 23, has been charged with second-degree felony sexual assault, punishable by two to 20 years in prison.

According to Your Houston News, relatives caught Billiris having sexual intercourse with the 15-year-old relative.

According to the report, Billiris has bonded out of jail, and the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is continuing its investigation.

It's worth considering that Billiris might not have been in her right mind. According to her own statements on the message boards at Motohouston.com, Billiris, an avid motorcycle racer, suffered serious injuries in a 2009 car crash, including a severe blow to the head and internal injuries that will require her to be on dialysis for life.

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