A Bridgeton man is accused by police of being a master manipulator who
got two New Jersey women to fulfill his "perverse desires."
The three are charged with aggravated
sexual assault and several counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
The man is accused of manipulating the women into performing and arranging
sex acts with children, according to the state Attorney General's office.
Police arrested the 26-year-old man on Feb. 16, they stated in a news release.
The male defendant is accused of deceiving the women into believing he
was dating them and that by performing and arranging sex acts with children,
they would be pleasing him. In reality, police said, the man was actually
dating a third woman who is not accused in the indictments.
Prosecutors allege the man got a 24-year-old woman from Woodbine to make
a video of herself performing a sex act on her five-month-old son. She
then sent the image to the man's phone. She, too, was arrested on Feb. 16.
The second woman, from Winslow Township, is alleged to have been persuaded
to make a digital recording of an eight-year-old girl performing a sexual
act on a 13-year-old boy. She also sent a copy of the image to the man's
She was arrested on Jan. 23.
The man and the woman from Winslow face a conspiracy charge in addition
to the sexual assault and endangerment allegations.
They each face up to 51.5 years in prison, if convicted. The woman from
Woodbine faces up to 41.5 years, if convicted.
"Cops: South Jersey man had Winslow woman record child sex": February 25, 2011