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A woman in Utah is facing a criminal charge, which could force her to register as a sex offender after allegedly being seen topless by her step-children into her own home.
Tilli Buchanan, 28, along with her husband in their garage at the end or the beginning of 2017 and 2018, if they have both of them removed their shirts in order to prevent the dust from getting on them, The Associated Press reported.
The children, ages 9 and 13, we saw the couple, both topless and their mother later learned of the incident, she called the child of the well-being of the civil servants, because they were “concerned,” according to the report.
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Her step-mother, was charged in February with three counts of misdemeanor lewdness involving a child. The man faces no charges.
If convicted, the women could be forced to register as a sex offender for 10 years.
“If we lose, she’s on the sex offender registry, child molesters, and things of that nature,” Buchanan’s attorney, Randy Richards, told the Salt Lake Tribune. “To the extent the amount of the fine is huge.”
“If we lose, she’s on the sex offender registry, child molesters, and things of that nature. To the extent the amount of the fine is huge.”
— Randy Richards, attorney at law
After a court hearing in Salt Lake City, utah University and spoke out against what she sees as a double standard with regard to the topless men and women.
“It was in the privacy of my own home. My husband was sitting next to me in the exact same way that I was, and that he was not to be persuaded,” she said.
However, the prosecutors in West Valley City, argued the University was ” under the influence of alcohol or drugs,” when she removed her t-shirt and made a comment that they put it back on just as her husband exposed himself to, the Tribune reported.
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Several states in the US have been involved in the debate on the question of whether women should be allowed to be topless in public. A group called Free the Nipple has varying degrees of success in fighting on behalf of women, who would like to be treated in the same manner as the men on top of the problem.
The court is expected to reach a decision in about two months, the Tribune reported.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.