According to an affidavit of probable cause, the victim wanted a tattoo on her chest. Hampton made sexual advances toward the girl, then took her into the bathroom and allegedly forced her to perform a sexual act, the affidavit said.Forced? If I have this straight, the girl wanted a tattoo. Hampton offered to oblige in exchange for a sexual favor. He got the favor and she got the tattoo. If she hadn't been 15, nobody would've said boo.
Afterward, the girl got a tattoo on her chest, requiring her to expose her breast.
Under the negotiated plea worked out by Assistant District Attorney Jeffrey Boogay and defense counsel Paul DiMaio, the corruption of minors charge was downgraded from a felony to a misdemeanor.
I'm guessing, a parent saw the tattoo and freaked out, demanding to know who did it and how much the girl had to pay for it. That's when the ink hit the fan.
Sounds like justice was, more or less, done.