Child Sex Abuse Suspect Talks To News 5

Child Sex Abuse Suspect Talks To News 5

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ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -

A Baldwin County man accused of sexually abusing children at his horse ranch near Robertsdale says he's innocent.

On Saturday, deputies raided Tucker's ranch and took the 65-year old horse trainer into custody.

Tucker was charged with five felony counts of sexual abuse involving minors.

Deputies seized pictures, business documents and a computer from Tucker's ranch.

"It's been a nightmare," says Tucker. "I'm totally innocent of all charges. The truth will be revealed and we're not going to stop until it's settled."

Tucker says he's being railroaded or set-up by disgruntled, former customers- girls who spent the night at his ranch and didn't like his strict rules.

 

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