A Florida woman posted a sex clip on Twitter with the caption: “HAD SO MUCH FUN IN COURT TODAY. FOUND A WAY TO GET MY CHARGES DROPPED….Ssssssh Don’t Tell.” The woman claiming responsibility for the controversial video is Brittney Jones of Jacksonville, Florida. The Florida Times-Union reports that the woman, 26, in the video was present at the Duval County courtroom to face drug charges. For those charges, the woman served two days in prison and given a fine.
Jones came back into the news in December 2018 when she posted a sonogram photo to Instagram claiming she was pregnant with rapper Trey Songz’ baby. Jones later removed the photo amid claims that she had faked the whole thing. Jones was later quoted by The Shade Room as saying about the whole Songz affair, “I confess I’m not pregnant. I wanted him to hurt the way I hurt when he told me it was over after all the lies he told. I figured an eye for an eye was fair. We did things and said things I thought meant something. But I was foolish and used and must accept that.”
Here’s what you need to know about Brittney Jones:
1. She’s a Stripper at Jacksonville Topless Bar Cocktails
According to a post on Jones’ Twitter page, she works as a stripper at “Jacksonville’s premier venue for adult features and entertainment” aka Cocktails Bar & Lounge. In October 2016, Jones posted a photo of some health test results. She wrote, “This kitty is super healthy. Nothing better than a healthy prostitute.” Heavy.com has also learned that Jones goes by the name Serenity Williams in making pornographic movies.
News4Jax reports that Jones had been facing charges of smuggling drug paraphernalia possession charges as well as “smuggling contraband into jail and violation of probation.”
This isn’t the first time that Jones has gone viral, a Facebook clip of her performing fellatio was circulated in January 2015. Jones responded to commenters on a page back then saying:
To all my fans and haters. People judge what I do in a negative way because I date to be me openly and not hiding the real me. Okay, I’m a super freak, I’m not the first or last of my kind. I’m just different than the rest because I don’t hide it nor deny it.
This is me 365 days a year. I love me and my crazy life. I have no regrets or complaints… As long as I’m happy I could care less about your complaints about my happiness!!
In response to the media frenzy surrounding the court video, Jones wrote this on Facebook:
2. The Woman’s Family Are ‘Disappointed but Not Ashamed’
Jones’ father, David, spoke to News4Jax saying, “I was working on my yard (and) I received several calls and texts that I needed to go to the news website and look up some courtroom. When I went on and saw my daughter, I was shocked — very, very shocked.”
David added that he had a difficult relationship with his daughter and that she was incarcerated ten years ago. He also said, “For many years, we didn’t speak. But she’s my first born. I love her. I try and guide her, but she always brings up that I wasn’t there when she really needed me. So deep down I feel she’s doing it for the attention.”
3. Jones Wrote on Facebook That Mixed Race Children Have ‘Diseases’
In a bizarre Facebook rant in December 2013, Jones wrote that she was “blocking every guy on my page with mix kids… I asked everyone yesterday to post their name if the had interracial kids so I could block them.” After that exchange, Jones wrote:
Jones continued in another comment, “White people had black people for being black.”
According to her Facebook, Jones is from Jacksonville and attended Ed White High School. She also says on that page that she works as a model at Suicide Girls. There is no reference to Jones on Suicide Girls’ official website.
On his Facebook page, Joey John Smith of Jacksonville says he’s in an open relationship with Jones. In a post in November 2016, Smith wrote, “My beautiful sexy ass best friend… Nobody will ever understand out bond and why I f*** with you so hard… It’s none of their business. If you don’t have a thoroughbred then you better get you one.”
4. Jones Was Accused of Telling a 10-Year-Old That She Would ‘Cut Him’ in 2009
The Florida Times-Union reports that the woman in the video was arrested six times, the first in 2008. In 2009, she was charged with aggravated battery. Most recently, in July 2015, the Times-Union reports that she was charged with domestic battery and served six months in prison. Jones had a restraining order imposed on her by her ex-husband. It expired in April 2015.
Fox Jacksonville reports that in 2009, the woman was charged with threatening a 10-year-old who had knocked her son down. The report says that the suspect said she would “cut” the child.
News4Jax quoted Jones’ grandmother who spoke about the suspect’s child saying, “I would hate for him to turn on TV and see his mom. That’s very very upsetting to me. That’s what’s worrying me a lot this afternoon.” In a February 2015, Facebook post, Jones wrote that her son was her “only weakness” and referred to him as the “key” to her heart.
5. An Integrity Investigation Goes on at the Duval County Courthouse
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Integrity Unit is investigating the incident. News4Jax reports that the incident was recorded by video surveillance. The channel’s crime and safety analyst, Gil Smith, said that because there are no witnesses, “It may not be a crime.”