New evidence released in Pinal County sexual assault case

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By Matthew Seeman By Matthew Seeman
By Matthew Seeman By Matthew Seeman
By Matthew Seeman By Matthew Seeman
By Matthew Seeman By Matthew Seeman
By Matthew Seeman By Matthew Seeman

SAN TAN VALLEY, Ariz. -- New evidence has been released in the case of a 34-year-old Marana woman accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy in January, including video of the two allegedly kissing.

The mother of the boy told the Pinal County Sheriff's Office that Keri Gonzalez gave her son alcohol to get him drunk before slipping him pills on Jan. 21.

The 15-year-old boy said in a sheriff’s report that the Gonzalez put a pill in his mouth, claiming it was Xanax, and then the two had sex.

“She took her clothes off and took off my clothes, and we just like had sex,” he stated in the report.

The boy’s sister recorded a video of Gonzalez and the boy allegedly making out in the family’s kitchen.

The mother called 911 two days later, saying she had video of an older woman taking advantage of her son.

The 15-year-old boy reportedly knows Gonzalez through her teenage son.

Authorities said they have also discovered Facebook messages in which Gonzalez allegedly asked the boy and his sister if they wanted to drink and take Xanax.

Gonzalez said she caught Gonzalez and her son having sex, and Gonzalez jumped from the two-story window.

Gonzalez allegedly messaged the boy's sister on Facebook, saying she broke her ankle when she jumped and could not walk.

“Don’t tell your mom," Gonzales allegedly wrote. "She came banging on (his) door saying, 'Who the (expletive) is in there? Open the door.' So, I jumped out the window."

According to sheriff's documents, the sister replied that her mother knew it was Gonzalez inside the room.

Gonzalez has publicly denied accusations that she sexually assaulted the boy.

Her bond was set at $20,000.