Astonishingly, the 18-year-old who was previously convicted of sexually assaulting young girls as young as six - including one who was disabled - has now been allowed to join a High school.
To escape his disgusting reputation, his family moved him from Wisconsin and enrolled him in
California's Yuca Valley High as a special student.
His arrival has been marred with confusion and controversy and of course school officials still aren’t quite sure what to do with him.
One thing is for sure though - Holt won’t be able to walk down a hallway without a member of staff glued to him.
Tom Baumgarten, assistant superintendent said: “There's been staff assigned to make sure there's staff near him the entire day. There's also staff that assists when he rides the school bus home until he gets into his residence.”
Parents are furious that he is allowed to attend the school after his terrible crimes.
One, Angelia Mays said: “This guy says he drinks. That's on his Facebook. I didn't create that. I'm saying there's a lot of unanswered questions about this guy. I think he's more capable than they give him credit for. You think they're talking about a guy in a wheelchair and that's not the case.”
Despite their concerns, the Sheriff’s Department says the law’s the law and everyone is legally entitled to an education.
A spokesman said: “This is a very unique situation because he is an adult, but he is still a student here. So he has lawful business at the school and he can come here every day and attend class.”