A Texas woman bailed her child molester son out of jail days after winning the $15.25 million Lotto Texas jackpot. She then testified that he should qualify for services from a public defender.
Jason Wayne Carlile, 47, was sentenced to serve three years in 2007. He was accused and convicted of exposing himself to a 2-year-old boy. He was required to register as a sex offender annually until 2020. He also was accused of paying a woman $3,000 in exchange for her 15-year-old daughter. Assistant Public Defender Rebecca Ruddy filed a motion to reconsider Carlile’s access to a public defender, saying he has access to money to hire a private defender because his mother won the lottery, bailed him out of jail and discussed hiring a private lawyer with her son.