A Willmar man who has attracted a large following on his Facebook page by posting videos about a recent sexual assault case in Spicer told KMRS that he expects charges to be filed in the case. Ronald Cleveland, Junior said that every time he posts live videos onto his Redneck Invasion Facebook page, he attracts 600 followers immediately.
The Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incident, which took place last week at the Divine House in Spicer, a residence for vulnerable people. Cleveland told KMRS that he was in contact with a friend of the alleged victim in the case on the night of the incident, which he said involved three staff members of Divine House paying money to have sex with a 17 year old girl. Cleveland, who said he used to work at an adult care facility, was particularly upset that the men were allowed to return to the house after allegedly having had sex with the minor.
Cleveland said protocol in an accusation process would involve getting residents out of the house, having the alleged victim checked by a nurse, and putting any involved staff on suspension pending an investigation.
An additional investigation is being conducted by the Department of Human Services.