Male crossdresser who posed as housewife and recorded straight men performing sex acts sentenced to 3 years in prison
Bryan Deneumostier, 34, was sentenced to three years in federal prison after he tricked dozens of men into sex acts while secretly recording them at his residence.
A man who secretly recorded and sold his sexual encounters with dozens of other men while posing as a housewife has been sentenced to three years in federal prison.
Thirty four-year-old Bryan Deneumostier, a Peruvian national living in South Florida, was sentenced to the term on Monday, per court records. Earlier this year, he pleaded guilty to two counts of illegal interception of oral communications charges after he was arrested in July for making unlawful recordings of sex acts for a porn site, the Miami Herald reports.
At least 80 of the 150 men who fell into Deneumostier trap, including one who was just 16 years old, had no idea that they were being recorded. Three victims were listed on an indictment related to the website called StraightBoyz.net, on which Deneumostier went by the username 'susanleon33326'. The website promised videos of gay men conning straight men into having sex, prosecutors claimed.
As Deneumostier prepared for his late-night sessions with different men, he wore wigs, makeup, pantyhose, heels, and dresses while the men in the videos were blindfolded or given blacked-out goggles to wear. While some photos show him wearing a leopard print bra and panties set with red heels and black tights, others showed him wearing red lipstick and a pair of fake eyelashes in a bid to dupe his victims.
Deneumostier assisted in the operation of the subscription-based porn website, according to the US Department of Justice. In September, the department released a statement saying: "The site offered for streaming approximately 619 'hook up' videos that depicted sexual activity between Deneumostier and other men." He had "had surreptitiously made audio and video recordings of the sexual encounters, without the victims' knowledge or consent," the agency added. They also claimed that Deneumostier later sold the videos to a third party located overseas, which would then post them online.
According to police, the sexual predator posed as a woman while posting ads on Craigslist seeking flings at his home. If prospective clients brought up privacy concerns, he would assure them that he was married to someone in the armed forces and would never expose their encounters.
Deneumostier, who lives near the Homestead Reserve Air Base, faced up to 10 years in prison for said activities. However, prosecutors were disappointed when US District Judge Cecilia Altonaga refused to impose an eight-year sentence on the con artist. Altonaga instead gave Deneumostier just one year above federal sentencing guidelines saying the minimum term was "too lenient for his actual crime."
That said, Deneumostier's pornographic website has since been taken down.