A Florida woman has been accused of raping a 17-year-old boy after drunkenly crashing a teen’s birthday party. Authorities say 44-year old Jessica Rae Good provided minors at the party with alcohol before assaulting the boy in full view of a 12-year-old witness.
According to police, Good crashed the party in Port Charlotte, Florida on the night of May 9. She had reportedly been out drinking with a friend, who accompanied her to the party.
A police report said Good was extremely intoxicated as she “[hung] out” with minors at the party, “making extremely inappropriate sexual comments and providing the 17-year-old victim with alcohol.”
The victim, who remains unidentified, told deputies that he fell asleep, only to wake up to find Good on top of him. According to his statement, he tried to push her off, but was unable due to her weight; according to Good’s booking report, she weighs 250 pounds.
The sounds of the assault awoke a 12-year-old girl who had been sleeping on a nearby beanbag chair. Speaking to police, the girl said she witnessed Good and the boy “actively engaged” in a sexual act. However, she also said she heard the boy whispering to her for help.
At one point, the girl said, the boy went to the bathroom and vomited, after which he returned and the assault continued. Once it was finished, Good is said to have gathered her things and left the party.
Good’s Arrest and Charges
The boy later confided in a school faculty member about the assault, who immediately notified the authorities. On May 11, police arrested Good outside of her place of work.
Questioned about the incident, Good told police she had “blacked out” and didn’t remember most of the night, according to an arrest report.
Good now faces two counts of Child Abuse and two of Unlawful Sexual Activity With A Minor. Police initially held her at the Charlotte County jail on a $150,000 bond. However, she posted bail and was released on May 17.
NBC 2 reported that the terms of Good’s release prohibit her from interacting with minors except at her workplace, where she works with children. The outlet had no specific information about where she works, but noted that she would be under constant supervision.
Good is scheduled to be arraigned in court on June 21. Court records indicate she has no prior criminal history in Charlotte County.