Haitian illegal immigrant confesses to sexual abuse of 10-year-old Florida girl

Sarazin confessed that the victim had told him “stop” and said “no” during the abuse.


On Saturday, a Haitian illegal immigrant appeared in bond court in Broward County Florida on accusations that he sexually abused a 10-year-old girl and took pictures of it on his cell phone. 

According to a Pembroke Park Police arrest report obtained by Local 10, police officers told 37-year-old Nivenson Sarazin, who has a US Immigration and Customs Enforcement hold, that they had video evidence of the abuse. He then confessed to the abuse admitting that he “lost control” and that he pulled the victim’s pants down and molested her on multiple occasions adding, “I should have just asked for a lawyer.” 

Sarazin also confessed that the victim had told him to “stop” and said “no” during the abuse and told him, “Don’t put it inside me,” referring to his genitalia. 

The girl, who is allegedly a relative of Sarazin’s girlfriend, was hospitalized on Wednesday. 

Sarazin was arrested on Friday and is facing five counts of sexual assault of a victim under the age of 12, five counts of battery contact with bodily fluids, five counts of using or allowing a child to engage in sex, five counts of directly promoting sexual performance by a child, and two counts of promoting sexual conduct by a child. 

His cell phone was confiscated by police as evidence. 

Broward County Circuit Judge Elijah Williams in Fort Lauderdale ordered Sarazin not to have any “contact whatsoever” with the victim and denied him bond after originally setting it at $540,000. 

Sarazin is being held at the main jail in Fort Lauderdale and Local 10 discovered Sarazin’s Facebook page where he claimed to have lived in the Dominican Republic and attended the Lycee National De Petion Ville in Port-au-Prince.

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Haitians...another fine group of illegas.

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