The Supreme Court of Virginia granted the petition for a name change for a Man who identifies as a Woman who is servicing a 40-year federal prison sentence for child sexual exploitation.
Robert Floyd Brown Jr. has been incarcerated since 2005 for crimes related to the sexual exploitation of children. Specifically, while posing as a woman, Brown convinced teenage boys to send sexual images over the internet then threatened public distribution if they did not perform more sexual acts. His victims included a 14 year old and 10 year old in Kansas, a 14 year old and 15 year old in Colorado and a 15 year old in Texas.
As some point, Brown filed a name change petition to change his name to Alicia Jade Brown. The trial court denied his petition and Brown appealed. The Supreme Court of Virginia, which makes no mention of the fact that Brown is a convicted child sex offender, ruled that he should be able to change his name.
In 2015, Men who sexually exploit children are allowed to change their names to “Women’s” names without any regard to the fact they they are convicted child sex predators. This is why we need Allison’s Law.
Brown also has an ongoing lawsuit seeking treatment for his gender dysphoria.