A California professor has been accused of trying to sexually lure a 7-year-old girl in a conversation with an undercover FBI agent.
Roger “Rod” Gissens, an associate professor at Pacific University, was arrested Friday for receiving and distributing images of minors engaging in sexually explicit acts, according to a criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court. indicted for a crime. Eastern California District.
The complaint details how Gissens allegedly attempted to sexually lure a 7-year-old girl during the sting operation. After an undercover FBI agent first met Gissens on the Grindr dating app, the two moved the conversation to Telegram.
Githens allegedly disclosed in a graphic conversation with an FBI agent that he had previously had a sexual relationship with a five-year-old.
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“We hit it off and were moved,” the professor said of the allegations of having sex with a minor.
An undercover investigator explained that he had a 7-year-old niece with whom he “has had a sexual relationship.”
In a series of messages, Gissens said he wanted to “make up” with both the undercover agent and the 7-year-old girl.
“I want you two to get along. Touch both of you. Eat her puy,” Gisens wrote, claiming he had “experience.”
“Honestly, I love to chat, but I would love to have my dad or uncle invite me,” added Githens.
When discussing future plans to meet with the undercover agent, Gisens said she would bring her seven-year-old favorite chocolate bar and an Ariel doll.
Gisens was once asked if she had “touched” her children and replied, “With my husband.” [11-year-old] nephew i did.
He said the alleged groping took place in Mexico.
The professor was questioned on April 19th in West Sacramento, California. Agents executed a search warrant and searched his phone, finding multiple instances of child pornography.
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In one case, a professor allegedly sent an adult man a video depicting a minor performing oral sex.
“I hope it doesn’t scare you,” he said in one of the graphic videos. “I totally get it. It’s pretty extreme.”
Githens’ husband told federal investigators he did not know the professor possessed/distributed child pornography.
In a statement, a University of the Pacific spokesperson told Fox News Digital that Gissens took a leave of absence when he learned of the charges.
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“The university has not commented on ongoing legal proceedings. It has not received information of illegal activity involving the university or university property, but has initiated an independent investigation by an outside investigator.” a spokesperson said.