Polyamorous Florida trio accused of incest, sexual battery on children

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A man and two women who are in a relationship with each other are accused of forcing two boys to engage in sex acts, according to a police report. 

Melbourne police began investigating Scott Jacoby, 41, for molestation this week.  While they were at the home, police said Jacoby intentionally swallowed a significant amount of prescription pills in an effort to take his own life, according to documents. 

“Later on, we saw an ambulance leave, so there seemed to be a lot of commotion going on for about an hour, hour and a half,” neighbor Jerry Henderson said.

Police said Jacoby is involved in a relationship with two women, Jennifer Jacoby, 44, and her girlfriend, according to police, Kelli McKenzie, 35.

A police report says Scott, Jennifer and Kelli are in an intimate sexual relationship with each other, and they reside as a family unit with three of their children on a residential street in Melbourne.

The trio is accused of forcing two teenaged boys between 12 and 16 into sex acts with Scott Jacoby. The boys were also forced to have intercourse with the two women. The report said Scott encouraged them to be with the women and was present inside the bedroom.

Jennifer Jacoby is charged with incest, along with three counts of sexual battery on a child. The two alleged victims are adults now. Police say three minor children still live in the home.

Caseworkers have interviewed those children, and they say they were not molested. So do the defendants.

A prosecutor says police are still investigating and argued that the suspects should be locked up without bail.

A judge instead granted them bail, and ordered them not to contact the children if released.

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