JASPER COUNTY, TX (KTRE) - Editor's note: The story contains graphic sexual language.
JASPER COUNTY, TX (KTRE) - Deputies with the Jasper County Sheriff's office arrested a young man in connection to allegations that he walked into a 13-year-old girl's home without knocking, touched her inappropriately, and exposed himself to her on April 7.
Isaac Adams, 17, of Evadale, is still being held in the Jasper County Jail on a third-degree felony indecency with a child by exposure charge.
According to the arrest affidavit East Texas News obtained Tuesday, a JCSO deputy was dispatched out to a home on County Road 857 on April 7. When he got there, a woman met him and told him that her daughter had been involved in an incident with Isaac and that it "was of an unwanted sexual nature" and there was video of the incident.
When the deputy spoke with the girl in her mother's presence, the alleged victim said that Adams, a family acquaintance just walked into their home without knocking, the affidavit stated. The girl told the JCSO deputy that she told Adams he needed to leave because she was home alone.
The victim told the deputy that Adams sat next to her on the couch, and she again told him that he needed to leave, the affidavit stated.
At that point, Adams allegedly started rubbing her leg and on her thigh under her shorts. The girl old the JCSO deputy that Adams told her that he wanted to touch her inappropriately, and when she fell on the floor, he told her she could stay there and he would "[Expletive] her in the [expletive]," the affidavit stated.
After Adams left, the girl went into her mother's room and lay down on the bed. According to the affidavit, Adams came into the room and lay down beside her, the affidavit stated.
The alleged victim told Adams to leave again, and he allegedly exposed himself to her. When Adams left again, she went into the bathroom. The girl told the JCSO came into the bathroom with her and again exposed himself to her, the affidavit stated.
The girl told the deputy that she was scared because Adams was standing in the doorway to the bathroom, and she felt trapped.
When the JCSO deputy asked the victim if there was video of the incident, she said yes, the affidavit stated. The girl told the deputy that she had recorded it on her phone, but she had lost the phone since then.
However, the alleged victim said that she had sent the video to another girl she had told what had happened. Later, the JCSO deputy got in contact with the other girl and got her to show him the Snapchat video the victim had sent to her, the affidavit stated.
While the video was only about a second long, it allegedly showed Adams exposing himself to the victim.
The JCSO deputy asked the other girl what she knew of what had happened, and her story matched the victim's account of what had happened, the affidavit stated.
Later, the JCSO deputy learned that Adams' sister, a minor, told the victim that she would fight her if she told anyone about what her brother had done, the affidavit stated.
According to the affidavit, Adams confessed to the crime.