Because of a number of offenses – such as sexual coercion of a young woman as well as the initiation of sexual contacts with five underage girls on the Internet – a 21-year-old Flachgau resident received two years of partial imprisonment on Friday, four months of which were unconditional. The judgment of the Salzburg youth lay judge (chair: Thomas Tovilo-Moik) is already final.
According to public prosecutor Sandra Wimmer’s allegations, the young man, who had four previous convictions last year, asked a woman of the same age to commit sexual acts and send him a video. Otherwise he would publish nude pictures of her on the net. Furthermore, the young man who confessed in the process had stalked a number of minors on the Internet, around five twelve-year-old girls each, and asked them to send him pictures – which the naked girls ultimately did not do. The conviction also included the fact that the 21-year-old had threatened his mother with setting fire to the house if she “does not rest,” said Wimmer.
According to the expert opinion, the young man suffers from a personality disorder. He had been in custody since August 28, 2021; the court looked after him for the remaining part of the unconditionally imposed detention part and gave the 21-year-old instructions to probably take up residence in a supervised, therapeutically supervised shared apartment. The judge to the defendant: “This is your last chance. If that doesn’t work in the shared apartment, you are back in prison.”