He has been charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child.'And because he turned 14, they want to make him a sex offender, put him on the registry with pedophiles and child molesters - really sick and dangerous people,' she said.The Harris County children - who are not being identified - slept together when he was in ninth grade, after he turned 14.
She didn't want to press charges, so the state took up prosecution.He said Rusakov was already registered as a sex offender and had cooperated fully with police. He will have to complete a sex offender treatment programme and 20 rehabilitation activity requirement days.Rusakov was also ordered to do 180 hours unpaid work and pay £185 costs and an £85 victim surcharge.'Jackie Stewart Gravois, an attorney with the Harris County Public Defender's Office, said she wasn't familiar with this specific case, but that it may be dismissed, or not go to court at all, if prosecutors feel there was no violence involved.'That's going to be up to the discretion of the prosecutor,' she said.She also said that juvenile judges in Harris County rarely force young offenders to sign the sex offenders' registry. In an interview with The Texas Observer in 2012, he told how he and his sister had touched one another intimately twice in 1999, when he was 12 and she was eight.