Site Operator Who Allegedly Shot Content Without Participants' Consent Is Arrested

Site Operator Who Allegedly Shot Content Without Participants' Consent Is Arrested

HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Federal agents yesterday arrested the operator of defunct adult website StraightBoyz, who allegedly taped entire sexual encounters without the consent of its participants.

With the arrest, Bryan Deneumostier was charged with two counts of illegal interception of oral communication and three counts of 18 U.S.C. § 2257 record-keeping violations related to the operation of the site, which allegedly offered videos of straight men being conned into accepting sex acts — all while blindfolded or wearing blacked-out goggles.

A crossdressing Deneumostier pretended to be the woman offering anonymous sex and even reassured apprehensive men that there would be no cameras involved, according to an indictment. Deneumostier was also known by the screen name “susanleon33326.” 

The victimized men thought they were going to a South Miami-Dade house for casual sex with a bored housewife, but many later found their trysts uploaded to the site.

StraightBoyz has been shut down for some time, but many of the clips allegedly shot by Deneumostier are still circulating online, according to the Miami Herald.

The indictment said that Deneumostier may have taped encounters with about 600 men.

Deneumostier was arrested earlier this month for having sex with a minor at a hotel near his home.

Authorities said they found leather handcuffs, lubricant and a whip when they raided the room, with Deneumostier said to have admitted spending several days drinking, drugging and having sex with the minor.    

The investigation of Deneumostier’s website operation was conducted by agents from U.S. Homeland Security Investigations.