Search warrant filed against Oklahoma bail bondsman, child sex charges
OKLAHOMA CITY – An affidavit is providing new details regarding the sexual allegations against an Oklahoma City attorney and a bail bondsman from Ada.
The men are accused of traveling to Iquitos, Peru to have sex with underage girls.
The FBI filed a search warrant Monday, going after information connected to Robert Pierce’s Facebook page, a bail bondsman in Ada.
Pierce and Michael Billings, an Oklahoma City attorney, are facing accusations of traveling out of the country to have sex with teenage girls.
According to the affidavit, confidential sources told federal agents that Pierce would reach out to girls in Peru through Facebook.
These documents claim Pierce sent messages to the young girls, liking their Facebook photo, asking for their birth dates and offering to buy them gifts.
Another federal source recorded conversations where Billings allegedly admitted Pierce would have “people lined up” and compared Pierce’s arrival in Peru to “The Beatles arriving at an airport with fans there to greet them.”
Court documents said Pierce went to Peru 30 times, dating back to 2005 and Billings traveled there 36 times since February of 2003.
The federal source claims to have captured Pierce and Billings on tape talking about various conquests, such as a pair of 16-year-old twins, described by Billings as being “ripe,” “breathtaking” and how they “oozed sexuality.”
In late September, Pierce and Billings were taken into custody after FBI agents, along with Peruvian authorities, claim they watched Pierce take two underage girls, 13 and 17-years-old, into a hotel room at a Peruvian hotel.
Inside the room, officials allegedly found piles of condoms, candy and extra small women’s underwear.
Both men deny doing anything illegal.
NewsChannel 4 reached out to both Pierce and Billings, who declined to say anything new about this case.
Billings released a statement earlier this month that said, “Robert Pierce and I were in Peru for vacation. We did not commit any illegal or immoral acts while there. The Peruvian authorities thoroughly investigated our conduct and determined we did not commit any of these acts.”