Child psychologist tries to take young girl on road trip to teach her how to have healthy sex

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By: Wayne Morin

A child psychologist was arrested on a charge of attempted travel to engage in illicit sexual activity after trying to hook up with a little girl and teach her how to have a healthy sex life, according to police in Washington.

Now, 62-year-old Jonathan Brent Wulf of Seattle, was sentenced to serve six years in prison after pleading guilty to attempted travel to engage in illicit sexual activity and attempted receipt of child pornography.

According to the police investigation, Wulf, who worked at the Swedish Medical Center, spoke with an undercover Homeland Security agent who responded to an ad in the Casual Encounters section of Craigslist.

Wulf wrote in the ad that he is offering a “daddy roadtrip f***fest.” The Homeland Security agent posed as the abusive stepfather of a 12-year-old girl.

Wulf asked for nude photos of the girl before arranging to meet at a hotel. He arrived at the hotel, carrying a backpack containing condoms, and lubricant.