28-year-old Christopher Williams Ramonoe Hubbard has been indicted on 3 counts of sexual battery by an authority figure, and 5 counts of solicitation of sexual exploitation of a minor, while working at a TrueCore youth detention facility in Nashville.
The 9-page indictment which was unsealed earlier this month details an investigation by the Department of Children Services and lists 5 youth as victims/witnesses. The indictment alleges that:
- On February 18th, 2018: Hubbard induced, or attempted to induce a minor less than 18, to engage in conduct that would constitute sexual battery by an authority figure.
- On February 18th, 2018: Hubbard three times engaged in unlawful sexual contact with a child between the ages of 13 and 18, of which he had disciplinary power over, and used that position of power to accomplish the sexual contact.
- On February 18th, 2018: Hubbard twice induced a minor to engage in sexual activity that was observed by Hubbard, or another person, that was patently offensive.
- On February 18th, 2018: Hubbard twice displayed material containing sexual activity to a minor which was described as patently offensive, and for the purpose of sexual arousal of the minor
Christopher Hubbard was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Thursday on the above charges and is held on a $300,000 bond. He also has a hold on his release, as officials state additional charges are pending. Hubbard previously worked at a CoreCivic Facility and at ST. Charles Youth & Family Services, both in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
TrueCore did not immediately respond to inquiries about this story.