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Oh, how indeed. Did girlfriend learn her values about love and sex by watching too many rap videos when she was growing up? Or pop or rock videos, for that matter?

Women that do things like this absolutely baffle me. They become corrections officers presumably to work at a good job that will allow them to make a fairly decent living.

Then they get involved in sexual relationships with prison inmates. (Two female corrections officers in Maryland have been accused of having sexual relationships with members of the Black Guerilla Family prison gang.)

The upside of a female corrections officer having a sexual relationship with a Ronell Wilson or a BGF member would be what, exactly?

I keep telling myself that girlfriend will deny all, that she’ll say the inmates are lying and that her baby’s daddy is a law-abiding guy with a good job who lives in Poughkeepsie.

Maybe her lawyer will tell us, I keep hoping, that the charges are all hogwash. Girlfriend’s lawyer is Anthony Ricco, and here’s what he said, according to the Web site www.ksdk.com:

“People find love in the strangest places, and people get together in the most difficult circumstances. We live in a society where these things happen. These types of cases are unusual, but they’re not uncommon.”


I’m sorry, but does it sound like Ricco had girlfriend’s back on this one? Memo to Ricco: if this is the best you can do, don’t help this poor woman.

It doesn’t bode well when your mouthpiece all but proclaims your guilt. The best girlfriend can hope for is that the judge might be lenient and just sentence her to community service and a lengthy probation period.

I don’t know what kind of community service girlfriend will do, but don’t you have a hunch that counseling adolescent and teen girls about the value of chastity will be WAY off the table?

(Photo: AP)

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