Texas Woman Charged With Sex Assault On Man
Cops: Perp broke into sleeping victim's home
OCTOBER 30--A Texas woman broke into the home of a male friend of her husband’s and sexually assaulted the man while he was sleeping, police allege.
According to court records, Megan Davis Hoelting, 31, entered the victim’s Williamson County residence Monday night through an unlocked gate.
Once inside the property, Hoelting--who was wearing a nightgown--went into the man’s bedroom, where he was sleeping. A felony criminal complaint charges that Hoelting fondled the man’s genitals and attempted to “perform fellatio upon him.”
The man told a Williamson County Sheriff’s Office deputy that he “awoke to the feeling of an unknown party on top of him,” adding that he “felt the offender place his penis in her mouth.”
Aided by a flashlight application on his cell phone, the victim recognized Hoelting, whose breasts were exposed, as “his friend’s wife.” He directed her to leave the residence, but when Hoelting refused to budge, he dialed 911.
During subsequent questioning, Hoelting reportedly admitted getting into the victim’s bed, where she “kissed him and wrapped her legs around his waist.” Hoelting added that she was wearing a nightgown when she entered the home, but removed the garment and was “wearing only panties when she got into the bed” with the victim’s knowledge.
Hoelting, seen in the above mug shot, was arrested on a felony charge of burglarizing a home with the intent of committing a sexual assault. She was booked Monday night into the county lockup, where she remains in custody.
Jail records show that Hoelting has been arrested three other times this month. On October 14 she was busted for theft. Two days later she was jailed for assault, and on October 21 she was collared for public intoxication. (3 pages)