Pervert lied about disability to trick babysitters into changing his nappies

A perverted man in the United States pretended to be disabled to get his babysitters to change his soiled nappies because it "sexually aroused him".

Rutledge "Rory" Deas IV, 30, duped at least four women into thinking he had the mind of a child and could not care for himself to carry out his sordid fantasies.

He posed as the brother of a man named "Cory" on the UrbanSitter babysitting app, who was said to have both mental and physical disabilities, but "Cory" was actually Deas himself.

The online ad indicated that "Cory" needed to be potty trained, needed his "diaper changed" and used a child's booster seat.

But Deas, from New Orleans, Louisiana, had no physical or mental disabilities that would require what the advert suggested.

One of his victims told a court that she is no longer able to trust people as she once did.

She said: "You were truly a wolf in sheep's clothing."

The woman broke down as she spoke about her harrowing experience, explaining that she had introduced Deas to her children, not knowing she was being tricked.

Assistant District Attorney Michael Henn said: "This is harrowing. I've never read anything like this before."

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Deas told investigators that he had a traumatic childhood that left him emotionally scarred.

He claimed that being cared for like a baby brought him "back to a time and place where he was at peace".

But prosecutors dismissed his claims and said Deas carried out the scheme because he had a diaper fetish and he wanted to live out twisted sexual fantasies.

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One of the victims was a 20-year-old college student who cared for Deas on at least 10 occasions.

She said Deas would become aroused when she changed his nappy and would suck on a dummy.

The traumatised victim said she never met the supposed big brother of "Cory" and that she was paid through an Apple app.

When she was asked to accept another form of payment, she looked up Cory's profile and noticed a transaction with a man called Rory Deas. She became suspicious and contacted the police.

The authorities searched his house and found drug paraphernalia and methamphetamine.

Deas pleaded guilty to four counts of human trafficking, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

He was sentenced to five years of probation and ordered to undergo internet addiction and sexual health counselling while completing 400 hours of community service. He was also ordered to stay off social media.

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