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Shock As Transgender Male Criminal Brutally Rapes Female Cell Mate



A 51-year-old transgender male criminal, identified as Carroll, has been forcefully removed from a female cell for brutally raping female inmates.

Housed in a women’s prison, Rebecca could have reasonably expected that she wouldn’t share a cell with her alleged future rapist.

But days after moving cells following an argument with other prisoners, Rebecca says she fell victim to a ‘fully penetrative’ assault in the showers — at the hands of her new cellmate, a self-identified transgender inmate.

The alleged attack has left her with crippling trauma and unable to shower for days at a time. Basic hygiene is now a ‘trigger’ that brings the horror of her ordeal flooding back. can now exclusively reveal the shocking details of this alleged sexual assault at Central California Women’s Facility (CCWF) in Chowchilla, some 150 miles southeast of San Francisco.

We have changed Rebecca’s name to safeguard her true identity.

In January 2024, Rebecca, who is in her thirties and just over five-feet tall, was serving a short sentence for a burglary.

Sources close to her case say that after she asked prison authorities to change her cell, she opted to room with two fellow female prisoners and a self-identified transgender inmate, named Tremaine Carroll.

As a juvenile, Carroll was charged with theft and firearm possession offenses in 1988 and 1989, according to court documents. 

In 1990, as an adult, Carroll was arrested for involvement in the gunpoint kidnapping, robbery and sexual assault of two women.

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Carroll was charged with three counts of ‘oral copulation,’ the act of forcing a victim to perform oral sex, though these counts were eventually dropped. 

Carroll pled guilty to only two counts of kidnapping and was sentenced to 10 years and 8 months in prison.

After his release, Carroll — then age 25 — offended again in 1998 and was arrested and convicted for the robbery of a jewelry store.

That crime activated California’s ‘Three Strikes and You’re Out’ law, which mandates further penalties for offenders with three serious felony convictions. 

Carroll was sentenced to a minimum of 25 years to life and has been locked up ever since.

Now, at 51 years old, 6ft 2in tall and about 200lbs, Carroll is physically imposing. 

In mugshot photos, Carroll sports thick black and grey stumble and self-identifies as a trans woman, though has not undergone sex reassignment surgery. 

That is not a prerequisite for male inmates to transfer to all-female facilities in California.

On September 29, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed The Transgender Respect, Agency, and Dignity Act to allow incarcerated transgender, non-binary and intersex people to request to be housed in a ‘manner consistent with their gender identity.’

To apply for transfer, inmates must only profess their identity — and obtain the permission of prison authorities.

In August 2021, Carroll was moved to CCWF after numerous complaints, including claims of harassment by other detainees and allegedly being the victim of more than 30 sexual assaults.

Once inside CCWF, Carroll became something of a ‘poster child’ for the state’s transgender inmate programs.

Writing for an obscure news website in 2022, Carroll described being a ‘trans woman’ with a ‘girl’s heart and a confused mind.’

Women’s rights lawyer Lauren Bone, who opposes the Transgender Respect Act, told that Carroll even made a statement refuting the claims of her clients — female CCWF inmates who said they were victimized by trans prisoners.

In testimony collected by the American Civil Liberties Union, a staunch supporter of California’s trans inmate policy, Carroll claimed not to be a threat to women. 

‘I know what it feels like to live in fear and to carry the weight of the past abuse by men,’ Carroll wrote. ‘We’re all in the same boat.’

Rebecca differed. She revealed Carroll began expressing sexual interest in her immediately after moving cells, according to sources.

Carroll allegedly left her flirtatious notes. On the second day in the room, Rebecca claimed that Carroll propositioned her.

She said she turned down all the advances. But, less than 24 hours later, Rebecca claimed Carroll attacked her when she was alone in the prison shower and raped her.

Carroll also faces one charge of attempting to intimidate a witness to one of the attacks.

Carroll has denied all the charges — but has been transferred out of CCWF to Kern Valley State Prison, an all-male lockup, according to prison records.

The CDCR declined to comment on Carroll’s case, but a spokeswoman told that transgender inmates who ‘present a safety and management concern’ are not allowed to transfer facilities.

Women’s rights advocates said these allegations are a wake-up call to the California prison system, which has moved more than 44 biological male prisoners into all-female facilities since 2021. 

Nearly 200 more applications for transfer are now under review.

According to a lawsuit filed by the Women’s Liberation Front (Wolf), a liberal feminist advocacy group, CCWF installed condom-dispensing machines after the law’s passage. 

Whistleblowers have also come forward.

Former California state prison guard, Hector Bravo Ferrel, worked at Diego Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility, a high-security men’s penitentiary near San Diego. 

He said that after the 2020 law passed ‘predatory’ inmates were ‘champing at the bit’ to fake sex changes and request transfers.

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