Celeste Guap, the 18-year-old woman at the center of a sex scandal that has rocked the Oakland Police Department but extends to multiple law enforcement agencies including the SFPD, continues to make headlines as it remains to be seen how many repercussions will come of this for how many officers. KRON 4 tracked down Guap's paternal grandmother in Richmond, who calls her granddaughter Yasmin, and she's very angry about the whole thing.

The grandmother shows off childhood photos of Guap, and says that both she and her son, Guap's father, are beside themselves over the scandal. She says her son has had trouble sleeping because of it. She insists that regardless of what her granddaughter says, all of these officers "used" her.

She believes that the officers implicated — I assume she means those who allegedly slept with Guap while she was underage — should all be in jail, saying, "If it was anyone else, they'd be in jail."

In late June, just after the scandal broke, Oakland's own Zennie Abraham got Guap to do a Skype interview with him, which you can see below. In it, she talks about first having a "romantic" relationship with an Oakland cop when she was 16. She says it was like "boyfriend-girlfriend," and that the cop was a friend of her mother's, who is a dispatcher in the department.

As noted earlier this week, that would appear to contradict Guap's story that she first became involved with multiple officers beginning in February 2015, when she was 17, with the late Ofc. Brendan O'Brien — however she may be distinguishing between this earlier relationship and when she began more consistently working as a sex worker.

All previous coverage of the Oakland scandal here.