October 17, 2008

Junior Miss choreographer George Fagan pleads guilty to sex charges


October 17, 2008

LAKE MARY, Fla. -- A former America's Junior Miss choreographer is facing jail time after being convicted of offering young girls drugs and alcohol and then forcing them into sex acts. George Fagan pleaded guilty to sex charges involving a minor and faces six years in prison, plus four years probation.

In Seminole County, Fagan was accused of giving drugs and alcohol to teen girls he taught at his Lake Mary dance studio, then having sex with them. Chris White of the Seminole County prosecutor's office, said Fagan pleaded guilty this week to one charge of lewd and lascivious behavior and two charges of unlawful sexual activity with a minor. Sentencing is set for Nov. 10.

He was extradited to Florida earlier this summer from Mobile, Ala., where Fagan was working as a choreography consultant and instructor for America's Junior Miss Pagaent. Investigators say there was never any indication that Fagan did anything wrong while working in Mobile with America’s Junior Miss contestants.


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