Sleazy 44-year-old skateboarder offers 14-year-old girls sex for drugs, iPhone deal

Royceton Geenty makes indecent remarks to two young women shortly after their release from prison for beating an unsuspecting man with a skateboard. In August 2020, Royceton Geenty was sentenced to life in prison for beating a man unconscious with his skateboard – an incident confirmed by victim advocacy that Geenty was dangerous to young people. It is an allegation that was later proved to be true. Geenty was once again jailed for suggesting a 14-year-old girl in a deal in which they would receive gifts and cannabis in exchange for sexual favors.

The punishment handed down to Royceton Andrew Geenty, 44, when he appeared in Hamilton District Court on Monday was the same as the one he had previously received: 18 months in prison. Apparently, the initial ban did not stop them from being imprisoned. Shortly after his release, in early 2021, Geenty returned to Melville Skate Park – the site of his previous crime. Melville Skatepark in Hamilton has been a hotbed of Royceton Geenty sex and violence.

Melville Skatepark in Hamilton has been a hotbed of Royceton Geenty sex and violence. (Photo file) According to a police summary of the facts on the case, Geenty is a well-known figure in the Hamilton skateboarding scene and often skate parks around the city, with Melville Park being his “neighborhood venue”. That was where he met the first victim, accompanied by a group of friends, who shared the details of his Instagram account. On May 9 last year he started shipping, offering to provide a new pair of shoes, clothes and a mobile phone. He had the power to do such things, he said, because he sold marijuana.

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