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Former Pittsburgh Pirates All-Star Deported Back To Venezuela

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Felipe Vazquez, a former Pittsburgh Pirates all-star closer, has been deported to Venezuela after being convicted of various child sex crimes, including statutory sexual assault, sexual abuse of children, and child pornography.

He was initially arrested in 2019 after the mother of a 15-year-old girl discovered illicit messages from Vazquez on her daughter’s phone.

Vazquez admitted to having sexual contact with the girl when she was 13. (Trending: Tucker Carlson Reveals ‘Secret’ Project He’s Been Working On For Months)

Justice Department’s Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) Philadelphia Field Office Director Cammilla Wamsley said, “Rivero Blanco’s removal demonstrates ERO Philadelphia’s commitment to protecting U.S. persons from predators regardless of their public persona or status.”

Vazquez reportedly told police he had “sex but not really” with the then 13-year-old female.

He claims that the victim sent him a picture of her photo identification, showing an older age.

The victim denies that this occurred.

The victim testified that they had sex in his car when she was 13, and during the trial, text messages were presented showing Vazquez referring to the victim as his “slave” and “possession.”

Vazquez reportedly responded, “Wow look at you. Not the one little kid I meet three years ago anymore,” after she sent him a picture of her in her underwear in 2019.

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