Cassandra Grant is accused of having a sexual relationship she met with a teen through a PlayStation 3 game.
A Maine woman is due in court on Monday after a Monroe teen’s parents complained that their son was having a sexual relationship with a woman in her 20s.
The then-14 year-old boy and Cassandra Grant, then 21, of Rockland, Maine, met in March 2011 while playing a PlayStation 3 game online, police said. The relationship escalated as they texted, met on webcam and spoke on the phone, police said.
In December 2011, the two met and had intercourse, police said.
It was around this time that the teen’s parents learned that Grant was actually 21, police said.
Monroe police and the Maine State Police Computer Crimes Unit investigated and police applied for an arrest warrant.
Grant, now 22, turned herself in to Monroe Police on Monday and was released after posting a $10,000 bond. She was charged with second-degree sexual assault and injury/risk impairing morals.
It is not clear if Grant has a lawyer.
The Monroe Patch reports that the game was “Call of Duty.”