Thursday, October 15, 2015

Attorney Says Katina Powell's Daughters Were Adults

An attorney for Katina Powell says that her daughters were actually adults when they engaged with alleged illegal activities, including prostitution.  

In 'Breaking Cardinal Rules', Powell had indicated that her daughters were 15 and 17. 

Her attorney says that is not true. 

Here is an excerpt from the Courier-Journal:

Larry Wilder, a criminal defense attorney in Jeffersonville, Ind., said Powell retained him because of concerns she could face criminal charges based on allegations involving her three daughters in her book, “Breaking Cardinal Rules.’’

In the book, Powell wrote extensively about parties — which took place between 2010 and 2014 and involved sex — for which former Louisville staffer Andre McGee allegedly paid her thousands of dollars. Wilder said Powell cannot be prosecuted because prostitution is a misdemeanor with a one-year statute of limitations that has expired. He did not address possible charges of child endangerment.

“The book does not indicate that any of her daughters were not of legal age to undertake the activities they undertook,” Wilder told USA TODAY Sports Wednesday

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