Ho Sit Down: Woman Sentenced To Four Years In Jail After Tracking Down Long Lost Teenage Son For ChopDown Action Says It’s Not Wrong, It’s “Genetic Attraction”

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Mistie Atkinson

California Mom Who Tracked Down Estranged Son For Sex Says It Was Genetic Attraction, Not Incest

Remember the crazy California broad who seduced her long lost son through Facebook before chopping him down in person?

She was just sentenced to over four and a half years in jail and she says it’s not fair cuz what they did wasn’t incest.

The California mom who slept with her estranged teen son says she didn’t commit incest – it was “genetic attraction.”

Mistie Rebecca Atkinson, 32, was sentenced to four years and eight months in prison on Wednesday in Napa County Superior Court, according to the Napa Valley Register.

In May, Atkinson, of Lake County, Calif., pleaded no contest to incest, oral copulation, lewd contact with a minor and distribution of lewd material to a minor, the newspaper reports.

But in a letter to the court, Atkinson said she doesn’t consider what she did as incest.

“I don’t feel like I should have the charge of incest because there is something called genetic attraction that is a very powerful (phenomenon) that happens to 50 (percent) of people becoming reunited with a long-lost relative,” she wrote.

Atkinson, who had been estranged from her son nearly his entire life, was reunited with the teen last year, when she tracked him down on Facebook, a law enforcement source told the Daily News.

She reportedly sent her then 16-year-old son multiple inappropriate messages and nekkid photos.

Police arrested Atkinson, when they found the pair in a hotel room in April, after the boy’s family learned about the relationship and contacted authorities.

Last month, ABC’s “Good Morning America” ran a segment about genetic sexual attraction (GSA), the alleged phenomenon Atkinson may have been referencing in her note.

While little research has been done on the theory, some psychologists say that biological family members who are separated for long periods of time risk becoming sexually attracted to each other when they reunite.

We have two words for you. Crazy and Deranged. SMH. Ho please.

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