Deputy Sentenced for Seducing Boyfriend’s Son to Fulfill Stepmom/Stepson Fantasy

Fueled by a sexual fantasy involving her boyfriend’s 16-year-old son, Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy Shauna Bishop took to walking around the house naked, hoping to seduce the boy.

But the boy’s father, also a deputy, broke up with the 45-year-old woman in April 2019 after catching her in action, realizing she was grooming his son for sex by flaunting her nakedness in front of him.

The boy’s father then told the boy’s mother, his ex-wife, that he believed Bishop was grooming their son for sex but the mom did not believe so at first.

Bishop, in fact, became close friends with the ex-wife after the breakup which is how she managed to seduce the boy, after all, performing oral sex on him and engaging in sexual intercourse with him while the mother slept in another room under the influence of Ambien.

Bishop also claimed to have been under the influence of Ambien that night, telling investigators that she felt so “disgusted” with herself that she went on Google to research possible side effects of the sleeping medication.

But when investigators looked into her Google searches, all they found were searches for “step-mom, step-son” porn videos, according to CBS Sacramento.

She was initially charged with four counts of unlawful sexual contact with a minor but ended up pleading guilty to one count.

Last week, she was sentenced to six months in jail followed by five years of formal probation. She must also register as a sex offender upon release.

Her fantasy turned into a nightmare two weeks after her sexual romp with the boy when he bragged to his sister about what had happened. The sister, in turn, told their mother who then called Folsom police which is what led to her arrest.

During the investigation, the boy told police Bishop had blamed her actions on porn during a phone conversation the following day.

According to the Sacramento Bee:

That day Bishop and the boy spoke by cell phone in a 69-minute conversation, and Bishop “blamed them having sex on porn,” court documents say.

“Bishop went on to tell (the boy) she watched stepmom/stepson related porn videos that made her (fantasize) about him,” the documents say. “Bishop told (the boy) she thinks about (him) while she masturbates and had wanted them to have sex for a long time.

“She told (the boy) she used to walk around his dad’s house naked, hoping he would walk in on her.”

The documents say that after police seized her cell phone, investigators found “several pornographic web searches (that) revealed she viewed ‘stepmom, stepson’ related pornographic videos prior to the reported incident, and several the day after the reported incident.

“Each video she watched corresponded with the sexual acts performed by Bishop that (the boy) described during his second (police) interview,” the documents say.

Bishop, the mother of two daughters, ages 16 and 20, will not be allowed to watch porn or contact the boy or his family for five years after her release or risk being sent to prison for three years.

Fueled by a sexual fantasy involving her boyfriend’s 16-year-old son, Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy Shauna Bishop took to walking around the house naked, hoping to seduce the boy.

But the boy’s father, also a deputy, broke up with the 45-year-old woman in April 2019 after catching her in action, realizing she was grooming his son for sex by flaunting her nakedness in front of him.

The boy’s father then told the boy’s mother, his ex-wife, that he believed Bishop was grooming their son for sex but the mom did not believe so at first.

Bishop, in fact, became close friends with the ex-wife after the breakup which is how she managed to seduce the boy, after all, performing oral sex on him and engaging in sexual intercourse with him while the mother slept in another room under the influence of Ambien.

Bishop also claimed to have been under the influence of Ambien that night, telling investigators that she felt so “disgusted” with herself that she went on Google to research possible side effects of the sleeping medication.

But when investigators looked into her Google searches, all they found were searches for “step-mom, step-son” porn videos, according to CBS Sacramento.

She was initially charged with four counts of unlawful sexual contact with a minor but ended up pleading guilty to one count.

Last week, she was sentenced to six months in jail followed by five years of formal probation. She must also register as a sex offender upon release.

Her fantasy turned into a nightmare two weeks after her sexual romp with the boy when he bragged to his sister about what had happened. The sister, in turn, told their mother who then called Folsom police which is what led to her arrest.

During the investigation, the boy told police Bishop had blamed her actions on porn during a phone conversation the following day.

According to the Sacramento Bee:

That day Bishop and the boy spoke by cell phone in a 69-minute conversation, and Bishop “blamed them having sex on porn,” court documents say.

“Bishop went on to tell (the boy) she watched stepmom/stepson related porn videos that made her (fantasize) about him,” the documents say. “Bishop told (the boy) she thinks about (him) while she masturbates and had wanted them to have sex for a long time.

“She told (the boy) she used to walk around his dad’s house naked, hoping he would walk in on her.”

The documents say that after police seized her cell phone, investigators found “several pornographic web searches (that) revealed she viewed ‘stepmom, stepson’ related pornographic videos prior to the reported incident, and several the day after the reported incident.

“Each video she watched corresponded with the sexual acts performed by Bishop that (the boy) described during his second (police) interview,” the documents say.

Bishop, the mother of two daughters, ages 16 and 20, will not be allowed to watch porn or contact the boy or his family for five years after her release or risk being sent to prison for three years.

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