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Where Anna Stubblefield from 'disturbing' new Netflix doc is now after viewers struggled to finish sinister film

Where Anna Stubblefield from 'disturbing' new Netflix doc is now after viewers struggled to finish sinister film

The 'disturbing' sex offender had her prison sentence cut short

Warning: This article contains discussion of sexual assault which some readers may find distressing

This is what the ‘sick’ sex offender from a ‘disturbing’ new Netflix documentary is doing now, after her prison sentence was revoked.

True crime fanatics have been spoilt for choice on Netflix for quite some time, with docu-series and films being released left, right and centre.

But viewers are actually warning people against watching the US Netflix’s latest release, as it left people feeling sick to their stomach.

Tell Them You Love Me follows the sexual abuse of Derrick Johnson at the hands of professor Anna Stubblefield.

Back in 2009, white and married Anna came to meet Derrick, the black, non-verbal and disabled younger brother of one of her students, John Johnson.

Anna was asked to help out with Derrick’s communication, teaching him how to use a keyboard with LED screen to type.

Before long, he was attending classes at university, but things began to get truly sinister.

Though she was wed to someone else, Anna claimed that the two fell in love and began a sexual relationship.

Despite claiming that the intimacy was consensual, Daisy Johnson, the mother of Derrick, later argued in court that her son lacked the capacity to engage in both physical and emotional intimacy.

The story centres on disabled student Derrick Johnson. (Sky)
The story centres on disabled student Derrick Johnson. (Sky)

She claimed that his ability to communicate in the way that Anna claimed he had wouldn't have been possible without her manipulating his hands.

Heartbreakingly, Daisy said that her son was declared by the state to have the mental capacity of a toddler.

Anna was found guilty of two counts of first degree aggravated sexual assault, and was subsequently sentenced to 12 years in prison.

Two years later, an appeal she made was granted, and her conviction was revoked on the grounds of a technicality.

Tell Them You Love Me explores why it was that testimony related to Anna's 'assistance' in his computer-led communication was dismissed, while attempting to determine why she accepted a plea deal for a lesser charge.

Anna Stubblefield was found guilty of two counts of first degree aggravated sexual assault. (Essex County Correctional Facility)
Anna Stubblefield was found guilty of two counts of first degree aggravated sexual assault. (Essex County Correctional Facility)

After watching the harrowing doc, people are now curious as to what Anna is doing now, after being released from prison early.

Well, it turns out she is living a pretty normal life.

Upon her release from prison, Anna took up a job as a waitress, which she couldn’t hold onto for long due to the publicity surrounding her plea.

In the doc, she expresses that her current job, which is part-time from home, allows her to remain anonymous for the most part, which seems to be more beneficial.

Tell Them You Love Me can be watched on US Netflix and Sky now.

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/NJ.com / Essex County Correctional Facility

Topics: Netflix, Documentaries, True Crime, Sex and Relationships