Federal officials announced Tuesday that a Florida man posed as a woman to fool heterosexuals into having sex with him. He secretly filmed the meetings and posted them online.
Brian Deneuvemestier (33), from Homestead, was charged with two counts for illegal interception oral communication and three counts for misconduct in connection to StraightBoyz, according to the Miami Herald, citing a law enforcement report.
According to the newspaper, Deneuvemestiere ran a website that enticed heterosexual men to agree to have sex. The heterosexual men were blindfolded and wore tinted sunglasses, making them believe that they were having sex with a woman.
According to US national security investigators, Deneuvemoster was accused of pretending to be a “real heterosexual woman” in Craigslist ads in an effort to lure men to a house near Homestead Reserve AFB.
The Herald reported that the man who gave the assurances about cameras not being present assured the men that “she” was married to an army soldier and would never record or photograph them.” Deneumestye, in fact, is a recording and audio-video of all sexual contact.
StraightBoyz is thought to have been run by the man for four years. Before it was shut down, the site hosted over 600 videos. It is unknown how many victims it had.