Coral Springs Police investigated the incident that took place in Broward County to find that Hansson had approached a 13-year-old boy early last week at the Fern Glen Park. He attempted to assist him on the monkey bars without the boy’s permission.
At that time, the boy said that Hansson grabbed his legs and continued touching him closer up his leg near his private parts. The victim became uncomfortable and tried to leave the monkey bars, but Hansson followed him around the park.
Hansson then told the victim to do sit-ups and held onto is feet. He touched the victim over his pants, which is when the victim got up and fled the area.
Now, Hansson faces a charge of lewd and lascivious molestation of a minor. He was given a bond, GPS monitor bracelet, and ordered to not have any contact with minors.
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