XENIA, Ohio — A Huber Heights man has been sentenced to three years in prison for sexually abusing a teenage girl in Greene County, according to records from the Greene County Common Pleas Court. Anthony Sellers, 38, was convicted of two counts of gross sexual imposition in September, and was officially sentenced on Dec. 20.
The abuse came to light in early February of 2023, when the victim passed a note to a family member informing them of the ongoing abuse by Sellers. Promptly, the family member reported the abuse to the authorities, leading to Sellers’ indictment.
Further investigation revealed that the abuse had been occurring over several years at residences in both Greene and Montgomery counties, according to the Greene County Prosecutor’s Office. When Sellers was found guilty, Greene County Prosecutor David Hayes commended the victim for her courage in coming forward and telling the truth about the abuse.
This case serves as a reminder of the importance of reporting any kind of abuse as soon as it is discovered. Sellers’ sentence serves as a warning to others who may think they can get away with similar behavior. The victim’s bravery in speaking up led to justice being served, and it is crucial for others in similar situations to also come forward and seek justice.
In conclusion, Anthony Sellers, a Huber Heights man, has been sentenced to three years in prison for sexually abusing a teenage girl in Greene County. This serves as a reminder of the importance of reporting abuse and seeking justice, and as a warning to others who may engage in similar behavior.