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Carlos Coy,better known by his stage name South Park Mexican also as SPM, is a Mexican-American rapper and convicted child molestor. His stage name derives from the South Park neighborhood in Houston, Texas which he was raised. However, SPM has had skyrocketed popularity via P2P music sharing services after a popular, unrelated medium South Park aired on TV, alongside his song "Mexican Radio" further increased his popularity as it was also the name of a 1980s song by Wall of Voodoo since 1980s media has a resurgence at the time.

Early life

Carlos Coy was born to Arturo Coy, an ex-Marine from the Falfurrias community in Brooks County, and a woman who dropped out of high school to marry her spouse. The marriage disintegrated three years after Coy's birth. Coy's sister, Sylvia, described herself as his "mother-sister".[1] Coy attended various elementary schools, before entering the music magnet program at Welch Middle School. His family moved from southeast Houston to South Park, and Coy attended Woodson Middle School. He attended Milby High School until 1987, when he was expelled for assaulting a female student. Coy attended an alternative school after his expulsion. He was still designated as a first-year high school student at age 17 when he decided to leave high school for good. Coy obtained a GED and enrolled in San Jacinto Junior College within one year of leaving high school. Coy, aiming for a business associate's degree, failed all five of his classes. Coy worked at a chemical plant but quit due to rashes affecting his sensitive skin. Coy started dealing crack cocaine.

Musical career

In 1995, Coy, along with his brother Arthur, Jr., founded his own record label, Dope House Records. He later released his second album, Hustle Town, through his label with distribution in Houston under Southwest Wholesale. In 2000 he signed a joint venture between his label and Universal Music Group which earned him a $500,000 advance and national distribution.

Paternity tests

In July 2001, 20-year-old Jill Odom filed a lawsuit to force Coy to take a paternity test and legally declare him the father of her son, Jordan Dominique Odom. Odom, from Pasadena, was 14 years old at the time of the child's birth, and alleged that the then-21 year old Coy was aware that she was in seventh grade. This incident would later be used against Coy in his molestation charge of a separate girl. The settlement forced Coy to pay $28,000 for back child support, $2,000 for Odom's prenatal and birth expenses, and $1,500 to a university fund. In addition, Coy had to pay $900 monthly child support, as Odom held primary custody of the child.

Molestation arrest and incarceration

2002 Coy went on trial for performing oral sex on his daughter's nine-year-old friend while she slept at his house one night in September 2001. Claims that Coy had engaged in sexual activities with other underage girls, a total of 7 excluding his accuser, quickly arose after his September 25, 2001 arrest. A Houston jury convicted Coy of aggravated sexual assault of a child on May 18, 2002. Coy was sentenced to 45 years in prison and ordered to pay a $10,000 fine. Carlos Coy is currently incarcerated within the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Despite the nature of his crime, there are still persistent messages from online commenters and graffiti writers. calling for his exoneration. In October 2006, Dope House Records released the still-incarcerated South Park Mexican's ninth CD entitled When Devils Strike.

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