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mysteryman
06-08-2009, 05:09 AM
Mom isn’t buying Atlanta rape victim’s claims
By MEGAN MATTEUCCI
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Friday, June 05, 2009
Fannin County, Ga. — A 24-year-old who claims she was kidnapped from her Atlanta neighborhood and raped by a Snellville computer software engineer has spent her life lying to get attention, her family said Friday.
The stripper told police in Tennessee she was abducted while jogging May 26 and driven to the Smoky Mountains, where she was drugged and sexually assaulted.

But she didn’t tell her family about the attack, said the woman’s mother, Karin Tye-Carter, who doesn’t believe the rape claim.
“I know my daughter,” Tye-Carter, a truck driver, said Friday outside her Fannin County home. “She’s a pathological liar. She’s always been like this since growing up.”
Tye-Carter said her daughter told the family she was in Kentucky for a photo shoot.
The mother added that “this is not the first time” her daughter has claimed she’s been raped. “She’s my daughter and I love her,” the mother said, “but she does this all the time.”
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution does not identify alleged sexual assault victims. Tye-Carter and other family members do not share the alleged rape victim’s last name.
The woman has not returned multiple phone calls or e-mail requests from the AJC for comment.
David Jansen, 46, of Snellville faces charges in Sevier County, Tenn., of aggravated kidnapping and aggravated rape, and is out on $800,000 bond.
Jansen insists the sex with the woman was consensual and part of a bondage fantasy thought up by the alleged victim.
Tye-Carter said she doesn’t know Jansen, a married man and father of two, but believes him.
A polygraph administered by a retired FBI agent also showed Jansen was truthful when he told investigators the two engaged in consensual sex, according to court documents Jansen filed Thursday in Tennessee.
Tye-Carter said she last saw her daughter around Christmas. The mother and daughter got in a fight over what the mother called lies.
“We don’t jump when she hollers anymore,” she said.
The alleged victim is somewhat of an outcast in the family, which consists of six children, including three men in the military. One of her brothers is a retired Army officer- turned-Cobb County police officer, the mother said.
“When someone in the family gets more attention, she lies and does something crazy,” said her younger brother, Chvoniah “Bo” Henderson.
The Atlanta stripper’s troubles started when she was young, family members said. She spent time in and out of youth detention facilities and mental institutions, her mother said.
When she was 15, family members said the alleged victim set her uncle’s Locust Grove home on fire - while her mother and brother were asleep inside.
“I woke up smelling smoke and the bathroom was up in flames,” said Henderson, who heads to Marine Corps boot camp later this month. “That was her first arrest,” the brother said.
Several months later, she set fire to several trash cans inside an Early County church, causing damage throughout the building, Tye-Carter said.
“She wasn’t allowed in church without parents,” the mother said.
The alleged victim was placed in juvenile detention centers for both incidents, her mother said.
She also was sent to counseling after locking her younger sister in a closet, which she set on fire, Tye-Carter said. That was in addition to trying to drown her sister in a bathtub full of scalding water, Tye-Carter said. Each time, family members rescued the little sister.
As she grew older, doctors diagnosed the alleged victim with psychological problems and seizures, for which they prescribed medication, her mother said.
The woman attempted to get her life together, eventually obtaining an emergency medical technician’s license and firefighting certifications.
Her medical condition and criminal history, however, prevented her from obtaining a job, the mother said.
As an adult, the alleged victim was arrested twice for filing false assault reports, including an alleged rape behind a Woodstock Kohl’s and alleged stabbing in Fannin County.
“I came home and my daughter is sliced up on the sidewalk. I freaked out,” Tye-Carter said. “She said she was attacked at a convenience store.”
Family members later found the knife in the woods, which the woman confessed later to stabbing herself.
She pleaded guilty to filing false reports in both incidents, according to court records.
Twice, the woman married well-off businessmen in Atlanta. Her current husband, who filed for divorce in April, runs a restaurant inside the Atlanta nightclub Tattletale’s, Tye-Carter said. The woman is a stripper at Tattletale’s.
Tye-Carter said she suspects her daughter “latched on” to Jansen when her husband said he wanted to leave her.
Jansen’s attorney said the two met at Tattletale’s and were having an affair for about a year.
The woman sent Jansen a text message in April saying she was getting a divorce, according to court records filed by Jansen’s attorney on Thursday.
Jansen, 46, claims he has spent thousands of dollars on the woman, including money at the strip club, laser surgery, car repairs and dinners, according to credit card receipts and court records.
Attention and money seem to attract the alleged victim, her family said. When that attention stops, something always happens, they said.
“You keep crying and crying wolf, when you need something, they won’t believe it,” said Ray Carter, the alleged victim’s stepfather. “This is the first we’ve heard of [the alleged abduction and rape]. So I doubt it happened.”
Jansen is scheduled to appear in court in Sevier County July 17. He asked for the charges to be dismissed. Since his arrest, Jansen’s wife also has filed for divorce.

Melonie
06-08-2009, 10:22 AM
this will do wonders for the 'credibility' of strippers everywhere !!! Not wanting to bring up previous comments stemming from the Duke Rape case, but every additional instance of a stripper being 'caught' lying about a rape charge in mainstream media makes it all the more difficult for other exotic dancers to be believed if and when they are actually raped !

mysteryman
06-08-2009, 11:45 AM
Well I titled it, kind of wrong, but anyway its all drama no matter what. I ment to title it:
Atlanta Tattletales restaurant owners Drama gets wifes lover in jail.

Oh well....

Earl_the_Pearl
06-08-2009, 01:00 PM
Let this be a lesson to all that want to date a stripper.
Attention and money seem to attract the alleged victim, her family said. When that attention stops, something always happens, they said. Her name will not be published wile the PL is branded for life.


David Jansen, 46, of Snellville faces charges in Sevier County, Tenn., of aggravated kidnapping and aggravated rape, and is out on $800,000 bond. Since his arrest, Jansen’s wife also has filed for divorce.

When her entire family says she is not being truthful you know something is wrong with the "victim".

The "victim" must have something going for her though as she got two successful businessmen to marry her.

Earl_the_Pearl
06-08-2009, 01:10 PM
A match made in heaven. Shouldn't that be a blue dot over her face?
http://media.knoxnews.com/kns/content/img/photos/2009/06/05/060609jansen_t600.jpg

X Evan X
06-09-2009, 02:02 AM
Wow. Not only do I know her personally, I've spoken with her on the phone more times than I can count and she delivered my food for two years whenever Pauly was too busy. What the hell was Pauly thinking is the next question, they've been together for more than a minute.

Tonight I spoke to a close friend who works at Tattletale's (for nearly ten years now) he told me Mr. Jansen is one of the nicest customers in there. He comes in 2-3 times a week, always takes girls to VIP and never asks for extras. Tips everyone very well. Quite respectful.

Apparently everyone at the club was calling b.s. on her story from the get go.

I thought I had dated some crazy girls..

-E