Eliza Fletcher murder suspect was convicted of rape as a minor

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Court documents have revealed that violent felon Cleotha Abston, accused of kidnapping and murdering Memphis billionaire heiress Eliza Fletcher, was previously convicted of raping a man when he was a teenager.

Abston, 38, was 11 years old when he first appeared in the Memphis’ Shelby County Juvenile Court, charged with theft of property amounting to $500 or less, reported Daily Mail.

He was detained 16 times from ages 11 to 16, for charges including rape, aggravated assault and unlawful possession of a weapon.

According to Action News 5, he was part of the local “LMG” gang, which stands for “Lemoyne Gardens Gangstas,” named for a Memphis low-income housing project.

Records revealed that Abston was accused of raping a man, landing him in the custody of Shelby County’s Youth Services Bureau (SCYSB) for six months.

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