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Incest father jailed after sisters ‘competed’ for sex with him makes sick new boast

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INDICTIVE CONTENT WARNING: EXCLUSIVE – A man jailed for incest after marrying his 17-year-old daughter says he’s a changed man and urged everyone to “love one another”.

An ailing father who was jailed for marrying his daughter after she fought her sister over sex with him has boasted about “loving life” upon his release from prison.

Convicted “daddy” Travis Fieldgrove, 42, had a sexual relationship with biological daughter Samantha Kershner in 2018 – three years after he first met her when he was just 17.

According to court documents, Kershner told police that “her motivation for having sex with her father stemmed from a jealous competition with her half-sister over who could have sex with her father.”

Luckily, the couple’s sordid incest secret was exposed by Fieldgrove’s ex-partner, who leaked it to the police, prompting the couple to hastily arrange an illegal marriage while they were under investigation.

But Fieldgrove’s luck ran out and the Nebraska native was jailed for two years in 2019.

Kershner was also sentenced to 22 days in prison, while Fieldgrove was ordered to have no contact with his daughter after his release.

While incarcerated, Fieldgrove appears to have changed his mind about his past life, although he was unrepentant at the time.

Since his release earlier this year, he has posted a series of meditations on life on his Facebook page, including his sincere wish that everyone “love one another”.

Reflecting on his past debauchery, Travis wrote, “One thing I realized is that in my past I wasn’t the man I wanted to be when I went to prison, then I took courses I didn’t need to take, just to pass the time but you are actually helping me in the long run.

“I was learning for the first time and it helped me realize that deep under the hood, the human is underneath all the junk, so I digged and dug for days while I was locked away and it was life changing and my life is amazing now.

“I wish I had gone to prison a long time ago.

“My best advice is to love each other and just get along because being locked up isn’t a good life.”

In many of Fieldgrove’s posts, he appears to be singing a variety of sad country songs in his car, and in others he says his prison time was as important as it made it [him] stronger to keep pushing life forward [he] always wanted.’

In one picture, Fieldgrove poses with a cross and says, “Man, I love my life.”

His new life seems to be working out for him, as evidenced by enthusiastic testimonials from his friends, who say he’s “not what he was ​​20 years ago.”

However, in another post by Travis, he shared a meme that read, “Real men don’t love multiple women, they love one woman in different ways.”

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