Civil suit filed against Lenny Jones
April 25, 2015
The guardian of two girls who were allegedly sexually molested while attending a party at Lenny Jones’ Arroyo Grande home in March filed a civil suit against Jones on Friday seeking punitive and compensatory damages. [KSBY]
According to the suit, “Jones engaged in sexual conduct with the minors with the intent of arousing or appealing to his lusts, passions and sexual desires.” During the party, Jones lured the children to “a secluded location on his property” and took sexually explicit pictures of the children.
In the suit filed by attorney James R. Murphy, Jones is accused of attempting to hide his assets after he became aware of the investigation. The suit says Jones and an unnamed defendant “conspired together to conceal the true ownership of the property owned by Jones.”
Jones is currently being held without bail in the San Luis Obispo County Jail after he was arrested for allegedly molesting three girls ages 6, 9 and 12 and a 3-year-old boy at a birthday party in March at his Arroyo Grande home.
Jones is currently facing charges of kidnapping, penetrating with a foreign object, molesting two girls under 14 years of age, molesting one girl under 10 years of age, having explicit photos of a child, exploitation of a minor and molesting a child.
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