MeToo Wolf Crier Tamekionna Griffin Jailed After Admitting To Making False Allegations Of Sexual Assault Against 2 Innocent Men On 3 Separate Occasions Over A Dispute About A Dog
An East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office deputy wrote an arrest report stating Tamekionna Griffin, 43, admitted to making false allegations of sexual assault involving a juvenile against 2 innocent men because of a dispute over a dog. Griffin was charged with false swearing / violating public health safety.
EBRSO detectives were initially notified about an fake sexual assault of a juvenile. The claims of the fake sexual assault were disproven during a forensic interview with the juvenile the next day.
Investigators later learned that Griffin allegedly made two other allegations against the two individuals also. Detectives were not able to substantiate the claims in either case, according to the arrest report.
Griffin was then questioned by detectives and she eventually admitted to making the accusations due to an ongoing dispute over a dog, according to the arrest report. The deputy wrote Griffin stated, “she was sorry and should not have done that, they got the best of her.”
Griffin was later arrested and booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison.