• Sat. Jun 3rd, 2023

Seven dead bodies found at sex offender Jesse McFadden property in Oklahoma

Two missing teen girls have reportedly been found dead alongside five other people on a property in Oklahoma.

Police recovered the bodies of Ivy Webster, 14, and Brittany Brewer, 16, of Henryetta, both of whom had been missing since Sunday night.

Police also found the corpse of Jesse McFadden, a 39-year-old registered sex offender who had spent 16 years in prison for rape and was scheduled for trial Monday on charges of soliciting child porn.

Authorities said the girls were last seen with McFadden.

Ivy’s father told the network that his daughter had gone to spend the weekend with McFadden and his family before without incident.

Heartbroken grandmother Janette Mayo, 59, revealed in a Facebook post on Tuesday that authorities notified her that the other four victims were her daughter and grandchildren.

Holly Guess, 35, and her kids, Rylee Elizabeth Allen, 17, Michael James Mayo, 15, and Tiffany Dore Guess, 13, were living on the property with McFadden.

“My heart does go out to Ivy’s and Brittany’s families, but they were not his only victims,” Mayo wrote in a Facebook post.

“My daughter loved her children and yes she married the man who killed them but she was fooled by his charm. I hurt just like the other families but he took my world from me.

“My grandchildren and my daughter. I have a hole in my heart that he created by his actions Jesse McFadden was a monster for his actions.”

Mayo slammed comments that were critical of her daughter’s relationship with the convicted rapist.

“If someone wants to blame my daughter they can contact me, that man had her fooled and now my daughter and my grandchildren,” she wrote in a Facebook post.

“My daughter didn’t help him he killed her and five children so stop digging my daughter she is a victim as well.”

How police found the bodies

An Amber Alert was initially issued for Ivy and Brittany on Monday afternoon after they failed to contact their parents over the weekend.

Brittany’s parents said their daughter was staying over at the McFadden family’s home but knew something was wrong when the 15-year-old failed to contact them for their usual Saturday chat.

“I knew something was wrong ‘cause she wasn’t answering my — I mean, I tried to call,” mom Malaina Schabell told NewsNation.

“I got online on her Facebook and I tried calling her, video calling her, and I messaged her and she wouldn’t respond, and it showed she was online and — but she wouldn’t respond, so I knew something was wrong.”

Brittany’s father, Nathan Brewer, said his daughter had stayed with the McFadden family before without issue, but he was unaware of the suspect’s criminal past.

Brewer described his daughter as outgoing and said that she was selected to represent the small town of Henryetta in an upcoming beauty pageant.

“And now she ain’t gonna make it because she’s dead. She’s gone,” Brewer told KOTV in a tearful interview.

“At this point, all I can say is for me and the Webster family, I know I don’t have the money to bury my daughter, and I know the Webster family doesn’t have the money to bury their daughter either,” he said.

“I never thought in my wildest dreams that I’d be burying my own daughter. I figured she’d be burying myself,” Brewer told The Oklahoman.

McFadden’s dark past

McFadden, 39, was scheduled to appear in court Monday on charges filed in 2017 when he was accused of using his cell phone to solicit child pornography images of an underage girl.

A bench warrant was issued after McFadden failed to appear in court.

Okmulgee County Sheriff officials executed the warrant on McFadden’s property at 3pm local time on Monday, where they discovered the suspect’s body and six others.

Ivy’s family was “shocked” when they learned about McFadden’s past.

“He should not have been out and it’s our justice system that needs to be harder,” Justin Webster told KOKI.

“Horrible. Truly tragic, especially because we’ve known this family for like two years now, and just unfortunate to know that Jesse was not a good man this whole time,” Ivy’s brother Parker Webster said.

McFadden was released in 2020 after serving 17 years.

Police have yet to release the cause or manner of their deaths but Okmulgee County Sheriff Rice said they had not seen a case of “this magnitude” since he took the position 18 years ago.

“It’s a tragic day in Okmulgee County again, and we just ask that you pray for the families,” he said in a news conference.

— with the US Sun and New York Post

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