Sean Cody Porn Star’s Girlfriend Sentenced To Two Years In Prison For Covering Up Sugar Daddy’s Murder

Posted June 30, 2017 by with 28 comments

david-enrique-meza-and-taylor-marie-langstonShe avoided trial by pleading guilty to an obstruction of justice charge earlier this year, and now Taylor Marie Langston has received her sentence for attempting to cover up the murder of her boyfriend’s sugar daddy: 21 months in federal prison.

The girlfriend of gay-for-pay porn star David Meza (a.k.a. Sean Cody’s Francisco), and the mother of his child, Langston will spend nearly two years in prison for her role in lying to authorities about Meza’s brutal murder of Jake Merendino, the Texas sugar daddy whom Meza stabbed to death in Mexico before dumping his body into a ravine. Meza was found guilty of the murder last month, and his sentencing is scheduled for October. He faces life in prison.

Prosecutors proved that Meza murdered Merendino because he believed he stood to gain millions of dollars and a condominium in Rosarito from him, and they presented multiple forms of evidence, including Meza’s prostitution ads and gay porn videos, handwritten letters from Meza to Merendino, DNA samples, and photos of the couple in Mexico. By pleading guilty, Langston admitted that she aided Meza in his attempts to cover up the murder.

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Langston and Meza’s baby will grow up for at least two years without her biological parents, which is obviously for the best, given that her father is a murderer and her mother was complicit in the murder. Langston has been ordered to turn herself in on July 19th.

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  • AbsolutelyFabulous

    The children are the ones that suffer the most through this.
    When the child grows up how can if fathom that its father was a murder and its mother a virtual murder?

    • Marik Ishtar

      The child will grow up slightly fucked up but reasonably normal.

      • Pertinax

        I don’t know. Without a good father and raised by a vile and cretin mother, what chances has this child ?

        • 2345

          what chances…an orphanage

    • McM.

      I’d say the man brutally murdered and tossed like garbage into a ravine suffered the most through this.

      • AbsolutelyFabulous

        I obviously meant that mentally and in the long-term.

    • Zealot

      Depending on who has custody now….I doubt these children will ever know their parents. It’s possible she could get out in two years and work a treatment plan and get them back, if, say her parents have temporary custody. And, I’m not sure which state has jurisdiction over the children, and if that state placed them in temporary custody or not. It’ll be interesting to see if she has anything to do with him once she’s out. If she’s smart, she’ll stay as far away from him as possible. His sentencing is set for August 7th, so we’ll see if there is even going to be an opportunity for her to have anything to do with him outside of visits in prison once she’s free.

  • Raymond

    Is that the sugar daddy in the background of the top photo? men that age have no business wearing shorts.

    • WOW how do you stay afloat in such shallow water…are you taking lessons from Trump…

    • Pinko of the Grange

      Men with bird legs…

    • sxg

      I was going to ask that too, but not make the shorts comment lol. Although the majority of men, and women, after a certain age look really unflattering in shorts, especially since their shorts of choice are of the Bermuda variety.

    • Pertinax

      Although the hair is darker I wouldn’t be surprised if this man would be Jake Merendino. Look at this photo of him and his mother and compare. Maybe it was him.

      https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/418486008a62414e7bd9fab4891841b19c589dcccca8bc56d3ed56447c7593d8.jpg

      • sxg

        It definitely could be him. They’re both shaved like eggs.

        • 2345

          I know you’re secretly drooling for him, be honest. lolol

    • Zachary Sire

      That is definitely not Merendino.

  • Pinko of the Grange

    4 loops of questionable merit does not a star make.

  • Lady Macbeth

    Let me get this straight. He thought that if he murdered his sugar daddy he would inherit millions…but didn’t stop to think that he would be the investigator’s first suspect? Does he lack the ability to think about the consequences of his actions or did he truly believe he was going to get millions of dollars without anyone batting an eye?
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/1f15e7afd00818ed4f6605b716a643a4c0d5dcf3ef5829d05318b0477639fd0f.gif

    • Pertinax

      The second option, because the majority of criminals are unable to succeed in life by merit. They are really fucked in their heads. Criminals are not only bad people but first and foremost dumb or ” crazy ” people that don’t think about consequences. We can see it when crimes are reported, It’s almost a pattern.

      • Maximus

        Oh dear. There’s a lot to unpack there.

        You’re correct that most crime is a product of an inability to succeed, but that’s usually due to structural barriers. When a society makes it nearly impossible for people who grew up poor to gain access to the legitimate economy, those people often turn to an illegitimate economy (e.g., selling drugs).

        If by “fucked in their heads” or “crazy” you mean “psychotic,” then that’s incorrect. However, a large portion of the prison population does meet the diagnostic criteria for antisocial personality disorder. That said, it’s important to remember that criminals are only criminals because society labels them as such. There are plenty of people who commit the same acts but who are never held criminally accountable due to luck or socio-political factors. Criminals aren’t freaks of nature, and many aren’t fundamentally different from non-criminals.

        As far as intelligence goes, I’ve never seen data indicating that convicts as a group are particilar unintelligent. Criminals do tend to be less educated, though. Education is actually one of the strongest protective factor against becoming incarcerated.

        • Pertinax

          Sorry to desagree. I’ll never buy the anacronic and rotten speach of the left that criminals are ” society’s victims ” ( a.k.a. ” Us, the good ones, that work and pay taxes ), and they have all capacities to be ” resocialized “, because the majority already showed the contrary. I do believe that ” fucked up in the head ” means ” fucked up in the head ” no matter if the criminal is uneducated, dumb, retarded, mad or batshit crazy ( some of us are tall, others are short; some are clever, some are dumb, That’s genetics ). To be a criminal is an option not a fate and to put criminals in the same shelf, among the poor and uneducated is offensive for the last ones. You only don’t have options in commie totalitarisms, because in democracies ( no matter how inperfect they are ) with open market people always find ways to make money. As a Brazilian I know Brazilian women that went alone to U. S. ( decades ago ) to clean toilets or to be manicurists and they succeeded.

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    • David Lundquist

      Stop it dude you’re causing my sides to hurt I’m laughing so hard

  • Zavier

    that’s what you get bitch

  • Estelle

    The best thing for that kid would be to be adopted out with some kind of closed adoption agreement. The mother will get out of prison a convicted with no skills or education and very little prospects for herself or her child, and a convicted sociopath murderer father.

    That’s beyond too much burden for a kid to start out life in and be raised under the cloud of.

  • 2345

    Stupid, murderous bitches shouldn’t be allowed to have children

  • Mike

    I hope he went to jail in Mexico!