Brothers ‘raped three teenage girls after offering them a ride and plying them with weed, ecstasy and booze’ – The Sun

TWO brothers raped three teenage girls after offering them a ride and plying them with weed, ecstasy and booze, it is alleged.

Wilson Cesaire, 21, and Wilfrid Cesaire, 28, are accused of carrying out the horrific abduction and sex attack on April 22 in New Jersey.

The pair approached a group of juveniles as they walked through Millstone Township to offer them a ride, it is claimed.

They allegedly drove the girls back to their Asbury Park home and gave them marijuana, ecstasy and alcohol, Asbury Park Press reports.

The brothers then sexually assaulted three of the four teens, it is claimed.

They were arrested on Friday after their alleged victims reported their claims to cops.

Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said: “This must be repeated over and over again — you do not take rides from strangers.

“There are predators who will obviously take advantage of any situation as it presents itself.”

Wilson and Wilfrid were charged with kidnapping, sexual assault, endangering the welfare of a child, endangering another person and cruelty and neglect of children.

If convicted of the crimes, the defendants face up to life imprisonment.

They would also be subject to parole supervision for life, as well as being forced to register as sex offenders under Megan’s Law.

Under the law – created after the 1994 murder of Megan Kanka, 7 – law enforcement authorities in the US have to make information available to the public regarding registered sex offenders.

The Cesaire brothers are being held at the Monmouth County jail pending their May 6 detention hearing.

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