An Oklahoma City man has been charged with multiple counts of lewd acts with a child and is accused of threatening to kill the child's foster mother.
Oklahoma City police's sex crimes unit began its investigation last month when the child spoke up about against the man.
The first memories of the alleged inappropriate behavior began when the child was 7 years old, according to court documents. The girl told investigators she remembered Warren Davis would "constantly expose [himself]" and "force her to watch porn".
When she was 8, court documents state that "Davis got into bed with her ... naked ... and got behind her in what she described as 'spooning'" position.
The girl, now 15 and living with a foster mother in Tulsa County, said her "memories of childhood abuse" were "triggered" in late December, sparking the Oklahoma City police investigation.
The foster mother filed a protective order against Davis three weeks ago after detectives told him about the open investigation. She said she filed the order out of "concern and fear" of what Davis might do after speaking with police.
A week later, the foster mother claims Davis threatened her over the phone to "rethink the VPO against him because he has connections to a 'Blood' gang."
Court documents said Davis told the foster mother she would be "dead" if she didn't drop the protective order.
Davis is still in jail and charged with five felonies for these allegations. The charges are two counts of performing a lewd act in the presence of a minor for forcing the child to view obscene materials; one count of lewd act with a child for exposing himself to the child; one count of lewd or indecent acts to a child for touching her inappropriately; one count of a pattern of criminal offenses for committing a sequence of two or more of the same criminal offense involving lewd acts with a child; and one misdemeanor count of threatening to perform an act of violence.
News 9 went to Davis' home on Tuesday to speak with his family, but no one answered the door. A woman close with Davis told News 9 the all allegations against him are false. She also said Davis has never been part of any gangs.
But according to court records, this is not the first time Davis was arrested. In 2014, Davis plead guilty to making threats against a local dealership after his car was reposed.