Jason White Admits to Luring Minors to House and Sexually Abusing Them
Former Lubbock Dentist Jason White pleaded guilty on Friday, September 10th to production of child pornography.
White has previously been sued for $10 million after being accused of running a child pornography business, but it's now been revealed that he also used the ruse of running a pornography business to entice minors into engaging in sexual activity with him.
KAMC News reports one instance where White told a 17-year-old boy that he had arranged for a filming to take place, and that the boy would make money from it. After arriving at White's house, the boy was told that the film crew had to cancel. Afterwards, White was said to have engaged in sexual activity with the boy.
Court records say that one of White's victims was only 13-years-old at the time.
This all began when Lubbock Police received a tip from 2 parents of one of White's victims back in December of 2020. They told police that White had engaged in an inappropriate relationship with their children, provided adult sexual devices to minors and requested sexually explicit videos from them.
As part of the plea deal, White will forfeit his house in the 4400 block of 10th Street and his 996-acre ranch in Garza County. He now faces a minimum of 15 years in prison.
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