A cross-dressing Florida man has pleaded guilty to secretly recording himself having sex with scores of men who believed they were with a woman, which he posted and sold on a gay porn website he operated.
Bryan Deneumostier, 32, who went by the online name “susanleon33326,” pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of illegal interception of oral communications, according to a news release issued by the Department of Justice. The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida prosecuted the case.
Deneumostier operated StraightBoyz.com, a subscription-based pornography website, according to an indictment viewed by the Miami Herald.
“The site offered approximately 619 ‘hook up’ videos that depicted sexual activity between Deneumostier and other men,” the DOJ release said.
While the website is no longer in operation, the videos it offered were copied and re-posted to other porn sites, where they remain available for viewing.
Deneumostier produced most, if not all, of the videos on the site by posing as a bored, military housewife and soliciting straight men for casual, anonymous sex on Craigslist.
He would invite the men over to his house, located near Homestead Reserve Air Force Base, and insist they put on a blindfold or goggles before having sex.
“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,” according to the affidavit submitted by police in support of an arrest warrant for Deneumostier.
Deneumostier then recorded “without the victims’ knowledge or consent,” Thursday’s news release said. “He later sold the ‘hook up’ videos to a third party located overseas and caused them to be posed onto the website.”
Sentencing for Deneumostier is set for October 29. He was arrested in July and has been in custody since.
Separately, Deneumostier was charged with unlawful sex with a minor, after police caught him in a hotel room with an underage boy, leather handcuffs, sexual lubricant, and a whip, according to the Miami Herald.
Police said the boy had been reported missing, and the two spent days drinking, drugging, and having sex.
[Photo: Miami-Dade County Jail]
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