Angry Mom Confronts Sex Offender for Filming Daughter in Ohio Target


An infuriated Ohio mom bravely confronted a registered sex offender who was caught recording her teen daughter’s backside in a Target store, while police said their hands were tied.

The footage captures Geisel demanding to see what was on Mullholand’s phone after her daughter, Addison, informed her that he was filming her from behind.

“You took a video. Show it to me,” the incensed mom demanded, cornering the man inside the Rossford Target. “That’s my daughter; delete it from your phone.”

Mullholand tried to leave, but Geisel pursued him throughout the store.

“You take one more video of an underage girl…,” she warned, then told him to “back the fuck off.”

As Mullholand made his way toward the exit, he called for an employee’s assistance while Geisel alerted others, “this guy’s taking videos of underage girls at Target.”

It turns out Mullholand is a tier two registered sex offender in Wood County, according to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.

When Rossford police officers arrived at the scene, they couldn’t arrest him because recording people in public isn’t illegal, WTVG reported.

“There’s definitely some concerns there, but, unfortunately, that individual wasn’t breaking any laws at the time, and it puts us in kind of a bad spot because we know that there’s probably some ill intent, but there’s nothing that we can do about it, lawfully,” said Chief Todd Kitzler.

Geisel contends this wasn’t Mullholand’s first time filming someone without their consent.

“I see a ton of videos of other people on [his phone], other girls on there, and, so, that’s when I try to grab his phone, and he instantly, you know, like, pushed my arm and, like, took it, and that’s when he started walking away,” the angry mom told the station.

Soon after the incident, Mullholand was pulled over for a traffic violation and questioned about what happened in Target.

Bodycam footage of the interaction viewed by the Daily Mail shows Mullholand evading police questions and denying he recorded a video.

“He offered to show the police his phone, but then claimed he couldn’t open it because he forgot his password,” the outlet reported.

He was released with a traffic warning.

Olivia Rondeau
Olivia Rondeau
Digital Reporter. Previously, Olivia was a contributor at the Daily Caller, a staff writer at Foundation for Economic Education, and a Pennsylvania Campus Correspondent at Campus Reform. Prior to that, she worked in social media, research, and public relations at Arsenal Media Group. Olivia is a political science major at the East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania.

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