A Wisconsin woman is accused of molesting a 10-year-old boy after drugging his slushie with sleeping pills.
Tara Gotovnik, 35, allegedly forced the boy to perform and watch sex acts while he was at her home in Greendale, south of Milwaukee, on August 7.
She is accused of putting the sleeping pills in the boy’s drink, causing him to have double vision and slurred speech.
Police said Gotovnik then allegedly took off her clothes and forced the boy to perform a sex act on her.
She also allegedly used sex toys on the boy, according to a criminal complaint.
Gotovnik had told the boy that they could ‘go online and make money for doing it’, according to the criminal complaint.
The boy’s father reported the alleged sex assault to police after he picked up his son from Gotovnik’s home.
He said the boy had told him he never wanted to go back again.
The boy told his father of another incident where Gotovnik had allegedly made him take a pill that caused him to feel dizzy, vomit and urinate on himself.
Police search her home and found the sex toys the boy had described to authorities.
They also seized a number of pills containers, including sleeping tablets.
When questioned, Gotovnik told police: “I don’t remember anything from that night.”
She allegedly admitted to giving the boy an Ambien on two different occasions but denied allegations she molested him.
Gotovnik was charged with first-degree sexual assault of a child and delivery of a controlled substance.
She was ordered not to have any contact with the boy and is being held at Milwaukee County Jail on $15,000 bond.