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Transgender Convict Moved out of California Women’s Prison After Being Indicted for Rape

A male inmate living as a woman has been transferred from a women’s prison in California after being charged with raping a woman in a shower stall.

The suspect, identified as 51-year-old Tremaine “Tremaine” Deon Carroll, has been charged with two counts of rape and one count of “tampering with a witness,” according to Fox News. report He added Monday that he has a lengthy criminal history.

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One of the alleged victims in the January 30 incident is in fact a woman, identified in court documents as Jane Doe, who claims Carroll attacked and raped her in a shower at the Central California Institution for Women. The complaint also mentions a second unidentified victim. Carroll was then transferred to the all-male Kern Valley State Prison in Delano, according to online records.

Women’s rights activists told Fox News Digital that Carroll, who was the face of the campaign in support of SB 132, a California law that would allow transgender prisoners to be housed in facilities that match their gender identity, was a prime example of how the law harms incarcerated women.

In March, a male felon living as a woman was accused of having sex with a female inmate in Washington state, according to Breitbart News.

The suspect, identified as Brian Kim, who also went by the name Amber Fayfox Kim, was convicted of two counts of first-degree murder in 2008 for stabbing to death his father and bludgeoning and strangling his mother.

A transgender woman, or man living as a woman, won a $160,000 settlement in August after claiming she was “misgendered” by jail officials in Broome County, New York, Breitbart News reported.

In 2022, a man accused of killing his family with a knife in 2016 following an argument over him being transgender was considered a “woman” in a Maine prison, the outlet reported.

According to the Fox article, “Amy Ichikawa, founder and executive director of Women 2 Women and a former inmate who has followed Carol’s case closely, told Fox News Digital that Carol had no history of identifying as any kind of LGBTQ+ person until SB 132 was passed.”

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