Tamara Marion

Pervert shares two disturbing ‘child rape videos’ to social media, showing her perform sexual acts on 4-year-old boy: Police

A Tennessee woman is behind bars after police say she shared two videos to social media, showing her raping a 4-year-old boy.

CBS 3 Memphis reports that police received a call Monday after someone online saw disturbing videos being shared across social media. After viewing the videos and investigating, authorities arrested 24-year-old Tamara Marion and identified her as the person in the video abusing a small child.

Authorities said the first video showed a woman push a little boy to the ground, take his his pants and perform a sex act on him. The second video showed the boy trying to carry out a different sex act on the same woman, in an incident too graphic to share.

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Morris was arrested early Tuesday evening. She’s been charged with one count of child rape and two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. Police said Marion admitted to being the person in the video while being questioned.

The relationship between the boy and Marion is not yet known.

The latest charges follow another criminal incident the suspect allegedly engaged in, in February. During a court hearing for a previous vandalism charge, Marion allegedly threatened to kill two women as they were walking out of a courtroom. The women were witnesses against Marion in the vandalism case, and had previously taken out an order of protection against her.

“I am going to come down there and slap you…..you are going to get got….you have three months to live,” Marion reportedly said.

Marion reportedly made the threats right in front of a law enforcement officer. She was subsequently arrested and charged with “two counts of violating an order of protection and two counts of retaliation for past action,” according to CBS  Memphis.

Meanwhile, on the most current charges, Marion remains behind bars on $300,000 bond.

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[Feature Photo: Tamara Marion/Police Handout]