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IE Party Clown To Serve Time for Sex Abuse Charges

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David Albert Lemus, who worked as "Trim-Trim the Clown" entertaining the kiddies at birthday parties in the Inland Empire until his 2005 arrrest cbs2.com is reporting, "has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for continuous sexual abuse of two teenage girls," cbs2.com is reporting. Lemus received his sentence yesterday "as part of a plea agreement that he struck with prosecutors." He was convicted of sexually abusing two girls over a 5-year period; they were 12 and 14 when he was arrested three years ago.