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No Prison Time For 31-Year-Old Woman Who Gave Birth To Baby After Raping 13-Year-Old Boy

Colorado Springs, CO – A 31-year-old Colorado woman who raped a 13-year-old boy and became pregnant with his child will not serve any time in prison due to a plea agreement she recently struck with prosecutors.

Andrea Serrano, 31, admitted to having sex with the 13-year-old victim and subsequently gave birth to a baby boy, KKTV reported.

According to her 2022 arrest affidavit, Serrano told investigators her child’s 13-year-old father viewed her as a “mother figure,” The Gazette reported.

She was initially charged with sexual assault against a child under the age of 15 by one in a position of trust and a second count of sexual assault against a child.

But prosecutors recently dropped those charges down to a single count of incest, which does not carry mandatory prison time, The Gazette reported.

Serrano pleaded guilty to the lowered charge on Feb. 16.

The plea agreement stipulates the child rapist will not be sentenced to prison as a result of her conviction, The Gazette reported.

She will be required to register as a sex offender for life and faces 10 years to life on sex offender intensive supervision probation.

The victim’s mother blasted the plea bargain and begged Colorado 4th Judicial District Judge William Moller not to allow her son’s rapist to avoid prison time, The Gazette reported.

“She [Serrano] sexually assaulted my 13-year-old son… She introduced him to drugs, she needs to be in jail,” the victim’s outraged mother told the court. “It’s a double standard. If she was a man, and my son was a girl, she [Serrano] would be behind bars right now.”

But Moller ultimately accepted the lenient plea agreement, The Gazette reported.

He also refused to establish any custodial or child visitation requests pertaining to the infant and referred the victim’s family to the Department of Human Services to assist with those issues.

The victim’s family said they plan to push for custody of his son, KKTV reported.

Serrano, who is currently caring for the infant, has been out on $70,000 bond since July of 2022, according to The Gazette.

Moller allowed her to remain out of jail until her sentencing hearing, which he set for May 18.

In addition to the sex assault case, Serrano also has two misdemeanor cases pending in the same judicial district for allegedly violating a protection order, The Gazette reported.

A trial on those cases is slated to begin on March 13.

Written by
Holly Matkin

Holly is a former probation and parole officer who is married to a sheriff’s deputy. She is a regular contributor to Signature Montana magazine, and has written feature articles for Distinctly Montana magazine.

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