Trans Woman Accused of Voyeurism at Los Angeles’ Wi Spa Exposed as Convicted Sex Offender

A transgender woman who spurred a series of street riots in Los Angeles following accusations of voyeurism at a spa has been revealed as a convicted sex offender.

Journalist Andy Ngo cited law enforcement sources who identified 52-year old Darren Agee Merager as a twice-convicted level one sex offender- having been previously found guilty of indecent exposure.

Merager is a tier-one registered sex offender with two prior convictions of indecent exposure stemming from incidents in 2002 and 2003 in California. She declined to comment on the convictions. In 2008, she was convicted for failing to register as a sex offender, revealed Ngo.

ANTIFA had violently confronted Christian and conservative groups that protested outside of the Wi Spa in response to reports of voyeurism at the establishment. Merager is now facing new charges of indecent exposure, with Ngo’s law enforcement sources describing accounts from four women and one minor alleging to have seen Merager with an erect penis in a women’s area of the spa. Video following the incident features a woman questioning Wi Spa staff on their policies surrounding biologically male clientele in the women’s area.

Merager is currently facing criminal charges on yet another accusation of indecent exposure, with prosecutors accusing the homeless trans woman of exposing herself to women and children in a changing room at West Hollywood Park. Merager denies all allegations of voyeurism, claiming to be the victim of transphobic harassment. The Los Angeles County Sherrif’s Department circulated a memo to area law enforcement agencies describing Merager as a serial exhibitionist who described herself as trans to aid in accessing women’s changing rooms in 2018.

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