FL Man Conned Men Into Accepting Sex Acts From Him, Police Said

Authorities have arrested a man who they say was posing as a housewife and tricking heterosexual men into allowing him to perform sex acts on them.

Bryan Deneumostier, 33, of Homestead, was arrested on Tuesday. He faces two counts of illegal interception of oral communication and three counts of record-keeping violations.

U.S. Homeland Security investigators said that for at least four years, Deneumostier operated a website called "StraightBoyz" that featured videos of straight men accepting sex acts by him while they were blindfolded or wearing blacked-out goggles.

Authorities said there were at least 600 videos on the website, which has since been taken down.

According to authorities, Deneumostier, also known by the screen name "susanleon33326," posted ads on Craigslist posing as a cheating housewife who was seeking no-strings-attached flings with men at her home near the Homestead Reserve Air Base.

Authorities said the men did not realize the housewife they were meeting up with was actually a cross-dressing man.

Once at Deneumostier's home, the men agreed to be blindfolded or wear the goggles while Deneumostier performed sex acts on them, authorities said.

The men did not agree to be filmed, however, according to investigators.

Police said evidence inside the room that indicated sexual activity had occurred included leather handcuffs, sexual lubricant and a leather whip. 

Anyone who believes they might have been victimized by Deneumostier is asked to call HSI at 866-347-2423.

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