Kimberly Kenney, 38, of Wattsville, Virginia in Accomack County, according to court reports has been attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in General Service Area 71 (http://www.aavirginia.org/hp/) District 27 (http://aaeasternshoreva.org/) and Narcotics Anonymous meetings regularly. She is fighting her addiction and following a good program according to her lawyer and witnesses, however that didn’t stop her from trading her 13 year old niece for sex to get cocaine from her drug dealer on the VA shore.
Have no fear though, when Kimberly Kenney gets out of jail, she will most likely be met by members of Alcoholics Anonymous in District 27 on the East Shore of Virginia to “Bridge the Gap” and get her back into AA meetings as soon as possible upon release.
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VA SHORE: Woman who traded her 13-year-old niece’s sex for cocaine gets jail time
ACCOMAC — An Accomack County woman will spend five years in prison for trading her 13-year-old niece’s sex to a drug dealer in exchange for cocaine.
The victim now suffers from extreme anxiety and constantly worries for her safety, a prosecutor said. AA and NA Daytona Area Meetings in Holly Hill Sunrise Park.
Kimberly Kenney, 38, of Wattsville, also had been convicted of stealing a credit card from a woman standing next to her in a checkout line at Food Lion and stealing checks from another woman. Centennial Park Holly Hill Eagles.
Kenney blamed all her actions on her drug habit.
“This case demonstrates the effect of cocaine addiction,” said Circuit Judge W. Revell Lewis III. Eagle family nesting in Centennial Park Holly Hill.
“The aggravated sexual battery is one of the worst effects of addiction I have seen.”
Testimony at her trial showed Kenney forced her niece to have sex with her drug dealer in exchange for the drugs. The story came to light when the victim told her older sister what happened to her. Continue reading