Sadist who forced boy to eat only ramen noodles and beat him if he looked away from line of duct tape on wall is jailed

A SADIST who forced a boy to eat only ramen noodles and beat him if he looked away from line of duct tape on the wall wall has been jailed.

Buford Whisenant, 42, is back behind bars after he allegedly violated his probation, stemming back to the 2016 child abuse case, KFDX/KJTL reported.

Cops said Whisennant, along with a woman named Jennifer Nash, admitted to a slew of cruel acts against the 14-year-old boy.

The incidents are said to have happened in Texas in January 2016, KAUZ reported.

Police said the duo admitted to punishing the boy by feeding him nothing but ramen noodles, and making him stand and stare at a line of duct tape on the wall, KFDX/KJTL reported.

While staring at the tape, the child was made to hold cans of peas and raise his arms up and down, according to cops.

The child said if he looked away from the line of the tape, he was shot by Whisenant with airsoft pellets, KFDX/KJTL reported.

He was also forced to do squats, followed by pushups, KAUZ reported.


If he stopped doing the physical activities, he was beat – either by being shot with the airsoft pellets or hit with a bar of soap inside a pillowcase.

The duo were both charged with injury to a child, KAUZ reported.

The child's relationship to Whisenant and Nash was not made clear.

Whisenant and Nash both made plea deals in 2019 in the abuse case – for three years and two years probation, respectively.

However, Whisenant landed back in bars this week after he allegedly violated his terms, KFDX/KJTL reported.

Prosecutors alleged in the violations that Whisenant and Nash lived together until she died last May.

Whisenant was also accused of using marijuana and meth, KFDX/KJTL reported.

Jail records show Whisenant was back in prison on December 1.

He is held without bond by the Wichita County Sheriff's Office.

Prosecutors have asked Whisenant be sentenced a minimum of two years in prison – but are seeking up to ten years.

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