A transgender girl who bragged about her mild sentence on a kiddie-molestation rap has now been charged with homicide in reference to a 2019 theft, authorities mentioned Tuesday.
Hannah Tubbs, 26, hit the headlines in January when she pleaded responsible to sexually assaulting a 10-year-old lady within the toilet of a Palmdale, Calif., Denny’s in 2014 when she was 17.
A choose within the case mentioned he was compelled to sentence Tubbs to two years at a youth treatment facility as a result of Los Angeles County District Lawyer George Gascón declined to maneuver the case out of the juvenile courtroom the place it originated.
Now Tubbs has been hit with murder and robbery raps for an additional crime in Kern County, Calif.
In line with the felony criticism obtained by The Publish, Tubbs allegedly murdered Michael Clark on April 21, 2019.
Tubbs appeared earlier than Kern County Superior Court docket Choose David Zulfa on Tuesday and pleaded not responsible to the second-degree homicide and theft expenses.
Throughout Tuesday’s arraignment, Zulfa referred to Tubbs by her delivery identify, James. She was charged final week and is being held on $1 million bail.
In Tubbs’ baby molestation case, Gascón was compelled to confess that her sentence was too lenient after she reportedly boasted about getting off simple and made ugly feedback involving the underage sufferer whereas in custody. Critics additionally famous that Tubbs had a protracted rap sheet that ought to have triggered a stiffer sentence.
Tubbs added to her father in a recorded name that she wouldn’t need to register as a intercourse offender as a result of her case was staying in juvenile courtroom.
“Don’t fear about it,” Tubbs mentioned “It’s a strike, however they’re gonna plead, I’m going to plead out to them and plead responsible.”
Dealing with mounting criticism, Gascón, who’s dealing with a recall vote, mentioned he was troubled by Tubbs’ flippant angle towards the case.
“Whereas for most individuals a number of years of jail time is ample, it might not be for Ms. Tubbs,” he mentioned. “If we knew about her disregard for the hurt she induced, we might have dealt with this case in a different way.”