A crossdresser in Miami spent years fooling men into engaging in intimate acts on camera when he would pose as a bored housewife and talk them into coming over while wearing blindfolds or blackout goggles. Arrest documents obtained by the Miami Herald detail the accusations against him, such as how he posted ads on Craigslist pretending to be a "real, heterosexual female" in an effort to lure men into his home near the Homestead Reserve Air Base in Homestead, Florida.
Bryan Deneumostier, 33, is facing multiple charges as a result of his perverse scheme, which was uncovered recently by agents from US Homeland Security Investigations. "When the men ask for assurances that there are no cameras, he assured them that 'she's' married to someone in the army and she would never photograph or video them," federal agents said, while in reality, he was "video and audio taping the entire sexual encounter."
Deneumostier also ran a gay website called "StraightBoyz," which he used to spread his hookup videos with the promise that they featured real straight men unknowingly participating in acts with other men, and he charged subscription fees to the site. Investigators believe Deneumostier ran the site for at least four years and it featured upwards of 600 videos. Though the website has since been taken down, many of its videos are available on other adult websites. Agents are still unsure how many of the people featured in the videos are victims.
Disturbingly, Deneumostier has a history with law enforcement and was arrested earlier this year for unlawful sex with a minor, according to the Herald. He was caught having relations with an underage boy at the Floridian Hotel in Homestead, and the boy had been reported missing. He admitted that he'd spent days drinking, doing drugs, and becoming intimate with the teen.
"There were leather handcuffs, sexual lubricant, and a leather whip in plain view in the room," authorities wrote in the arrest report. With regards to his Craiglist con, Deneumostier was charged with two counts of illegal interception of oral communication and three counts record-keeping violations. He was also slapped with five charges related to the operation of "StraightBoyz."
What do you think about this story? Why did Deneumostier do it? Do you sympathize with the duped men at all, even they were attempting to engage in an affair with what they thought was a married woman? How severe should Deneumostier's punishment be? Let us know in the comments down below!