‘This Is All On You’: Sex Offender Found Dead With Missing Teens Texts Victim in Solicitation Case

A sex offender found dead with two missing teenagers and four other people on Monday texted the victim he was accused of sexting Sunday night, chastising her for pursuing the case against him and telling her, “This is all on you.”

Jesse McFadden, who was released from prison in 2020 after a 2014 conviction for first degree rape, was supposed to be in court Monday on charges of soliciting sexual communication with a minor and possession or distribution of juvenile pornography. Instead, investigators searching for 14-year-old Ivy Webster and 16-year-old Brittany Brewer found the two girls, McFadden, and four other bodies on his property in Henryetta, Oklahoma, as CrimeOnline previously reported.

Investigators have not yet identified the other four bodies, but they have said that McFadden’s wife, Holly, and her three children are missing.

McFadden, 39, was charged in 2017 with sexting an underage girl, according to court records. KOKI contacted the victim in that court case, who told the station he texted her Sunday night.

“I did exactly what I promised I would do when I got out I got a marketing job making great money and was being advanced been there 2 years now and made a great life like I promised I would do with you,” McFadden allegedly said to the girl.

“Now it’s all gone.”

“I told you I wouldn’t go back.”

“This is all on you for continuing this.”

Investigators said that Webster and Brewer were having a sleepover with McFadden’s stepdaughter, Tiffany. Holly and Tiffany McFadden and the two teens were to go to a ranch in McAlester on Saturday to work and return the following day, with the two teens returning home. None of that happened: They never went to the ranch, and the teens never went home.

Oklahoma officials released an alert Monday morning for the teens and found the bodies later that day.

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[Featured image: Jesse McFadden, Ivy Webster, and Brittany Brewer/Okmulgee County Police Department]