You can’t make this stuff up people. Prison guard Nancy Gonzalez, age 29, was charged on Feb. 5 with having an illegal affair with a prison inmate, and later becoming pregnant with his child. Who was this irresistible inmate that caused Nancy Gonzalez to go against everything she had been trained to do? Only Ronell Wilson, the guy convicted in one of the most notorious and gruesome police slayings in NYPD history. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
Nancy Gonzalez, according to her attorney, has had “a very tragic life”, as well as “long term issues that affected her life and judgement.” According to reports, Nancy engaged in sexual acts with Wilson while working the night shift as a guard at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn. A few months into the affair, around June, she became pregnant with Wilson’s child. Clearly, she wasn’t even trying to get pregnant! Gonzalez faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted.
Ronell Wilson, who is now 30, was a young gang member when he was convicted in the point blank shootings of two undercover NYPD officers in Staten Island in a 2006 illegal gun sting gone awry. Both officers were shot in the back of the head at point blank range.
Wilson was initially sentenced to death, but his sentence was thrown out in 2010 by an appeals court, based on prosecutional error. A new jury will now decide Wilson’s fate, but as of now there is no word when that new trial will take place, as Wilson’s lawyers were still trying to convince the judge that Wilson is mentally disabled, excusing him from the death penalty.
Since news of Nancy Gonzalez’s pregnancy has gotten out, even more upsetting and stomach turning news has come about about Ronell Wilson. A source close to the jail says that in 2006, before being convicted, Ronell Wilson had sexual relations with a girlfriend during a contact visit at the jail.
The most unbelievable part? Wilson’s mother and sister were in the room while the whole thing was going on, and had turned their backs and looked away, according to the source. The whole romp was captured on prison surveillance video and has now been turned over to prosecutors.
After that whole incident, Wilson was told that the next visit would be non-contact and he proceeded to smash a plexiglass window with a metal chair. In the latest update on this case, it seems that the federal judge rejected the claims that Wilson is mentally incompetent, putting him back up for the option of the death penalty. What will ultimately happen remains to be seen?