Tennessee Babe NOT Convicted BUT Sentenced for Rape - Update
Hannah Steiner was sentenced this morning to two years of judicial diversion - or probation.This case is confusing. Steiner pleaded no contest to the rape charges and was sentenced to no jail…BUT…she wasn't convicted. How does that work?
Steiner's sentence is not considered a conviction of statutory rape and she is not required to be on the sex offender registry.
Steiner, 18, of Jackson, entered a plea in October of no contest to two counts of statutory rape in connection with her having sexual contact with a 13-year-old boy, according to Jackson police.
Tennessee Babe Accused of Rape
[Previous 3/1/13 post]
(Jackson, Tennessee) An 18-year-old local woman, Hannah Steiner, has been accused of raping a 13-year-old boy.
Steiner faces charges of rape and statutory rape.
According to investigators, the incident happened Sunday, February 24 at Skyline Church of Christ.Steiner was booked and released on $5,000 bond.
Police said their investigation indicated that on Sunday, around 9:55 a.m., Steiner and the boy were in a room at the church and the two engaged in inappropriate touching. The boy reported to police that he tried to stop, but Steiner forced him to have sex.