A Brooklyn prison guard offered herself up for jail-cell trysts with the convicted killer of two NYPD detectives — intentionally getting pregnant so she could provide the death penalty candidate with a baby to give him “some kind of hope,” federal authorities charged yesterday.


The feds took Nancy Gonzalez, 29, into custody Tuesday and charged her with illegally engaging in sexual activity with Wilson while he was confined at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, awaiting a hearing on his death penalty case.

Disgraced federal officer Nancy Gonzalez, 29, is carrying the son of coldblooded killer Ronell Wilson who faces death by lethal injection for the 2003 execution slayings of Detectives James Nemorin and Rodney Andrews, a criminal complaint says.

“I can’t believe she would be that crazy,” said an ex-detective about eight-months pregnant Gonzalez who faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted of having sex with Wilson in Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center.

During Wilson’s 2007 trial, a criminal buddy testified about receiving a letter from him, in which Wilson talked about wanting to impregnate a woman before being executed. “I just need a baby before the pigz try to take my life. I need to have something behind,” wrote Wilson.

Wilson and Gonzalez hooked up sometime after late March, the complaint charges. One inmate told authorities he saw Gonzalez and Wilson “hugging and kissing” in a room next to his cell.

Another inmate said that in April, he “saw Gonzalez standing in front of [Wilson’s] cell with the door propped open when all of the other inmates were locked in their cells.” He saw the female guard move away “and saw [Wilson] standing at the doorway with his pants down, exposing his genitals,” the complaint says.

In a recorded call Gonzalez had with an inmate she began seeing after she got pregnant by Wilson, she said “she had intercourse with [Wilson] over the course of three weekends during which the sole purpose was to impregnate her,” the complaint said.

“I just basically got wrapped up in something that I should not have,” Wilson told her other jail fling.

In court documents, Gonzalez attempted to explain the state of mind that led her to seek an illegal relationship with Wilson. “I took a chance because I was so vulnerable and wanted to be loved and now I am carrying his child,” Gonzalez said.

She said she “kind of got sucked into his world,” and that she “felt like, well, why not give him a child as far as giving him some kind of hope.”

Gonzalez confessed her relationship with Wilson to another “boyfriend,” an inmate who had been under her supervision at the same federal prison but who was transferred to another facility.

She told him it was over with Wilson, and that she was worried she would get into trouble.

After she became pregnant, she made contact with Wilson’s mother through phone calls. Wilson’s mother asked to see a sonogram of the fetus. Gonzalez said she was worried that the phone calls might get her into trouble with the feds.

“I know what’s to come. I know what is going to be said about me,” she said, according to court papers. “How am I going to explain this to this little boy? Mommy was in the military … Mommy was a [corrections officer], Mommy got wrapped up … And then the opposite end is with a person who took lives. So how do you explain that?”

Gonzalez was released on $150,000 bond. She faces 15 years in prison if convicted.

Associated Press


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