Two years ago, 17-year-old Redditor “pilot94” and a friend of his received a call from three girls from school who they thought were 15 but turned out to be 13 or 14 about having “some fun.” They met up, and the way he tells it, “We drove out [and] parked by the neighborhood pool, got in the back of the truck, and started going at it. Everyone had their clothes off, the girls were making out with each other, and having sex with Patrick and I.”
On the way back to the girls’ homes, the car was pulled over by the cops and the underage female passengers accused the boys of “raping them, getting them drunk, and supplying drugs.” A police investigation revealed damning evidence supporting their claims, including vaginal tearing and one girl needing her stomach pumped, and yet, the lead detective on the case and the chief of police were fired and eventually the allegations “disappeared.”
How do we know all this? Because “pilot” revealed it on r/OffMyChest, and so much more.
According to the Daily Dot:
Pilot94 never saw the inside of a courtroom for his crimes. Since then pilot94 claims to have turned his life around, graduating from a “Top 500 school” and receiving a “full ride Army ROTC scholarship to a prestigious military school to study Russian and International Affairs and eventually receive a commission as an officer.”
He was so proud of accomplishments that he even uploaded a photo of a scholarship he received from the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (as seen above). That was not a good idea:
A handful of redditors recognized pilot94’s profile from his “I should be in prison” post and are contacting his school to report him. Late Tuesday evening pilot94 created a new Reddit account to try and clear his name, under the post “Really, Redditors? You had to do it?” The simple answer: “Yes.”
“You ruined a couple of girls childhoods,” thebluebutton commented. “You make it sound like you’re a good person now and that you have turned over a new leaf but you never once indicated that you felt any remorse for these people you destroyed. I think you far exaggerate to us and yourself how good of a person you are, and how deserving you are of forgiveness.” (Via)
Either “pilot” knows he did something wrong and the guilt is eating him up inside so much that he had to share what happened to anonymous strangers and not an actual person, or he’s bragging and he’s some kind of Scooby Doo villain who “would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren’t for you meddling kids.” Thanks, meddling kids?