Rape victim Jesse McFadden has spoken out after seven bodies were discovered on her attacker’s property.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) announced Monday that the remains were found on the Henryetta property of convicted rapist McFadden, 39. The shocking discovery was made after two teenagers went missing in the area on Sunday and McFadden failed to appear in court Monday morning to stand trial on charges of soliciting sexual conduct with a minor and possession of child pornography.
OSBI spokesman Gerald Davidson said during a news conference that although the victims have not been officially identified by the medical examiner, three of them are believed to be missing teens Ivy Webster, 14, and Brittany Brewer, 15 years old. and McFadden. On Tuesday, the other four victims were identified by relatives as McFadden’s wife, Holly Guess, 35, and their children, Rylee Elizabeth Allen, 17, Michael James Mayo, 15, and Tiffany Dore Guess, 13.
McFadden, who was on the state’s sex offender registry, was previously convicted of first-degree rape in 2003. The victim of that attack, 35-year-old Krystle Strong, told Fox News in an exclusive interview that she was told that Guess had found out that McFadden was allegedly abusing one of her children.
“Holly’s ex told me… he thinks Holly found out that [McFadden] he could have been abusing one of the children and he just turned away,” Ms Strong told the network.
Just hours before Monday’s gruesome discovery, McFadden sent a text message to his alleged victim in the pending trial, apparently trying to blame her for how the tragedy unfolded, according to texts obtained exclusively by FOX 23.
“We don’t know, but I think it might have had something to do with it, something about his upcoming trial, because what he captured and what Jesse texted him and said to [the most recent victim] it was, and I quote: ‘This is all going to be on you,’” Ms Strong told Fox News.
The victim who received McFadden’s ominous texts reportedly received explicit images of him as a minor and while in prison in 2016. Despite that, McFadden was released in 2020 after serving 16 years for the attack by Mrs. Strong.
“In 2020, I actually reached out to the court system and said, ‘You guys are going to let him out after I saw this on the news, and he had a court case with another girl.'” said Mrs. Strong. “’Are they still going to let him out?’ This shows that he hasn’t changed.’”
In his 2016 text messages to the victim, McFadden said he had gotten a marketing job and had “made a great life” but suggested he was “not coming back.” [to jail].”
“Now it’s all gone, I told you I’m not coming back… This is all yours for continuing this,” the text read.
Ms Strong also told Fox News about McFadden’s brother Cody McFadden’s troubles with the law after he was charged last year with kidnapping and assault before being committed to a mental health facility.
The seven bodies discovered on the McFadden property have yet to be officially identified. Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation spokesman Gerald Davidson said his agency will not officially release the identities of the victims until results are received from the medical examiner’s office.
Meanwhile, Guess’s former mother-in-law, Judy White-Allen, said her family is still processing the devastating tragedy. Ms. White-Allen, who is Rylee and Michael’s grandmother, described Guess as a “great mom”, with a “big heart”.
“My children are suffering. My son lost his daughter and his son,” said Ms White-Allen The independent. “My other children lost their niece and nephew. My grandchildren lost their cousins. Rylee and Michael have [four] other brothers who will never know them”.
In a Facebook post, Guess’s mother, Janette Mayo, said her daughter had married McFadden after being “tricked” by him.
“My daughter loved her children and yes, she married the man who killed them, but her charm fooled her,” Mayo wrote. “He hurt me like the other families, but he took my world from me. My grandchildren and my daughter. I have a hole in my heart…”