The Centre for Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse (CISOCA) has launched a probe to verify the authenticity of a video that has been circulating on social media of a woman offering sex to an underage boy in exchange for money.
The disturbing video, which is nearly two minutes in length, shows the adult female telling a child, who appears to be no more than five years old, to pay her in order to have sex with her. It has been making the rounds on social media and has triggered shock and anger among Jamaicans.
"We are aware of the video and have launched our own investigation into the matter," a senior detective from CISOCA told Loop News.
"We are doing our own checks, and can say at this time that we are very concerned about what is on the video," the detective said.
Footage of the video begins with the woman and the little boy in a room, with the female apparently turning down the boy’s initial request for a sexual favour.
The little boy then asks, “a weh yuh tek me fah?”
The woman then disturbingly tells the child that her sexual favours were not for free and she needed money before he is allowed to have sex with her.
The little boy then puts down some money on a desk and the woman alarmingly tells him to take off his clothes.
He asks if the woman will take off her clothes, to which she said she will. The woman then asks the child to see his penis and asks him what he was planning to do.
After the boy reveals his ‘desires’, the video comes to an end with the woman demanding more money for the sexual acts requested. The little boy responded that he had “$20”, but the woman said that she was “no $20 gal.”
It is not clear if the woman engages in sexual contact with the little boy.
Several Facebook users have expressed shock and outrage and have been calling for the woman to be located by the police, along with the video creator.