A man who pretended to be a woman to dupe at least 80 unsuspecting men into having sex with him for porn videos was sentenced to three years in federal prison on Monday (December 3).

Bryan Deneumostier, from Homestead, Florida, pleaded guilty in September to tricking 150 men into sex acts—more than half of whom didn’t know he was recording—and uploading the videos to subscription-based porn site StraightBoyz. One of the victims was 16 years old, according to the Associated Press.



Deneumostier, 34, pleaded not guilty in July, but changed his mind and admitted two counts of illegal interception of oral communications after prosecutors agreed to drop three related charges as part of his plea deal.

How Bryan Deneumostier tricked men into gay sex

The federal court in Miami heard how the defendant went by the username susanleon33326 online, posing as a “real, heterosexual female” in Craigslist adverts which invited men for sex at his house near Homestead Reserve Air Base.

“The site offered approximately 619 ‘hook up’ videos that depicted sexual activity between Deneumostier and other men.”

— The US Attorney’s Office

Deneumostier then uploaded videos of the resultant sex acts to Straightboyz, which authorities said he helped to run for four years.

The website, which hosted videos of straight men being conned into gay sex while they wore blindfolds or blackout goggles, has now been taken down, but many of its more than 600 videos are still available online.

“The site offered for streaming approximately 619 ‘hook up’ videos that depicted sexual activity between Deneumostier and other men,” the US Attorney’s Office said.

Bryan Deneumostier pretending to be a woman in order to trick men into having gay sex with him for porn
Bryan Deneumostier duped at least 80 men into filmed gay sex, which he uploaded to a porn site for public consumption (susanleon33326/twitter)

“The defendant had surreptitiously made audio and video recordings of the sexual encounters, without the victims’ knowledge or consent.

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“He later sold the ‘hook up’ videos to a third party located overseas and caused them to be posted onto the website.”

Agents working for Homeland Security Investigations discovered that at least 80 of the men had no idea that their sexual acts were being filmed and would later be posted online.

A law enforcement document stated: “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.”

But in reality, the report added: “Deneumostier is video- and audio-taping the entire sexual encounter.”

A police report also shows that earlier this year, Deneumostier was charged with having sex with an underage boy at Homestead’s Floridian Hotel.

Has someone tricked men into gay sex before Bryan Deneumostier?

A man in England was sentenced to 15 years in prison in November for deceiving four men into having sex with him.

Duarte Xavier, 33, posed as “Ana” on numerous dating websites, sending men suggestive photos of women in order to convince them to meet him for sex.

He would then invite them to parks or one of his homes in Bournemouth or London, where he told them to wear a blindfold during the entire sexual encounter.

Xavier, who was reported to police after one of the men he tricked removed his blindfold during sex, caused one of his victims to suffer from PTSD, Kingston Crown Court heard during the trial.




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