Usually the predatory men in these situations buy their young conquests smart phones, clothes, jewelry or fancy underwear . . . but not in Wisconsin. No, in the badger state, the apparent currency for sex is a replica of the football jersey worn by Green Bay Packer quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
This story is also strange in that the accused claims to accidentally dropped his cell phone into a boiler after he learned that cops where looking for him. No matter, the young woman involved claims that Athens High School girls varsity basketball coach Rory McKellips secretly bought her a cell phone after her parents banned her from receiving calls and texts from him. She later claimed that she sent him photos from the phone of her in her bra and panties. Undoubtedly her phone contained enough evidence for cops to decide to press charges against him. The victim also claims the pair had sex three times at his home while his wife was at work. According to the story, coach McKellips wife is the one who posted the $25,000 bail to get him out of jail.
For his part, McKellips only admits to kissing the girl once on the cheek at his him in front of his wife. He charged with felony offenses of repeated sexual assault of a child, exposing genitalia and using a computer to facilitate a child sex crime, and each count carries a maximum prison sentence of 40 years.