Brandi Fuller: Repeatedly Raped 12-Year-Old Boy in Pasadena Trailer Park, Police Say

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Police are looking for Brandi Fuller, 30, who is on the run and facing charges of repeatedly having sex with her son's 12-year-old friend.

Court documents say the boy has told investigators he and Fuller had sex about a dozen times over a period of two years at her home in a Pasadena trailer park.

She faces charges of aggravated sexual assault of an underage child.

KPRC gets the prize for best quotes: Fuller's sister tells one of the station's reporters, "My sister has no problem getting a boyfriend. Why would she mess with a little kid?"

Contrary testimony was offered by the trailer park manager, who said he wasn't surprised.

"No, not really. It really don't surprise me because, like I said, I wouldn't put anything past her," Jimbo Cozad said. And frankly, a trailer park manager named Jimbo has probably seen some things in his life, so we're taking his word on it.

Court documents say Fuller admitted to having sex with the child, but only once.

Anyone with information is asked to call Pasadena police at 713-477-1221 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.

Update: She's been arrested.

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