A Miami man was arrested by federal agents this week after being accused of tricking unsuspecting straight men into sleeping with him over the course of several years.
33-year-old Bryan Deneumostier allegedly conned hundreds of men into thinking they were meeting up with a bored housewife for sex, blindfolding them, and then secretly recording the encounters, federal agents say.
Not only that, but afterwards, Deneumostier uploaded the videos to various porn sites. The series was called “StraightBoyz,” and featured “real straight men” being conned into performing gay sex acts.
The Miami Herald reports:
Investigators believe Deneumostier ran the site for at least four years. It featured at least 600 videos. Although the website is no longer in operation, many of the videos are still viewable on other adult websites. Agents are still trying to figure out how many of the people depicted on the site may be victims, never knowing their rendezvous were being recorded and uploaded to the web.
Deneumostier would find his victims on Craigslist, where he would post ads claiming to be a “real, heterosexual female” looking for flings at her house near an Army base.
“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,” police say.
Deneumostier is charged with two counts of illegal interception of oral communication, and three counts record-keeping violations.
Earlier this month, Deneumostier was arrested and charged with unlawful sex with a minor in a separate case.
At the time of his arrest, he told police that he and the boy, who was reported missing, spent two days in a hotel room drinking, doing drugs, and having kinky sex.
“There were leather handcuffs, sexual lubricant and a leather whip in plain view in the room,” the police report read.