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Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Laura Lau also sentenced Hall to five years of extended supervision.
According to a criminal complaint:
On April 9, 2019, a village of Summit police officer interviewed a Kettle Moraine High School student, then 18 years old, who said Hall had sexually assaulted her when she was underage.
The two met on a messaging app in July 2017. Toward the end of July, Hall stayed with the girl, who was then 16, at a hotel in the Oshkosh area. The girl said Hall sexually assaulted her at the hotel. Hall sexually assaulted her several times later in the year.
In December 2017, the girl said, Hall became angry with her, calling her names and saying he didn’t want her to date anyone else, while at the same time saying he could date other women.
In March 2018, Hall tried to persuade the girl to “sell herself online.” Hall instructed the girl on how to set up an account on an app to meet men. She said she communicated with a few men but never met anyone in person.
The girl and Hall broke up and didn’t communicate regularly between March 2018 and June 2018. But on June 6, 2018, the girl said, she ran away from home to visit Hall in Chicago by “hitching a ride” from a man she met on the messaging app.
In Illinois, Hall gave her marijuana, cocaine and alcohol, the girl told police. Once she took the drugs, the girl told police Hall sexually assaulted her.
Hall sent the girl a message in February 2019 about his sex trafficking idea by stating, “I know it feels wrong, but it’s not like we have to tell anyone. It’ll be our little secret.”
Hall denied knowing the girl in an interview with Chicago Police in October 2019.
At about the same time, the girl provided the Summit Police Department with a thumb drive containing media between herself and Hall.
After serving a warrant in late 2019, the police department received 2,622 pages of records related to Hall’s Facebook messaging communications.
According to Hall’s extended supervision conditions, he must register for the sex offender registry for 15 years and have no contact with the woman or her family.
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