A Brazilian Protestant “church youth leader” was arrested after it was found that he was keeping hundreds of women as sex slaves and forced some into bestiality on camera according to recent news.
Roney Schelb, 32, blackmailed at least 240 of them into having sex with strangers and animals in a Fifty Shades of Grey-style plot, cops said.
Roney Schelb, 32, blackmailed at least 240 women into having sex with strangers and animals, it is claimed
His alleged victims included eight minors, teenage girls and young and middle-aged women
He allegedly forced some to sign contracts – similar to the one in E.L Jame’s erotic novel – letting him do what he wanted to them across 11 states in Brazil.
His alleged victims included eight minors, teenage girls and young and middle-aged women.
Sales rep Schelb, who was arrested at his home in Belo Horizonte, is said to have abused them for four years
He apparently preyed on them by setting up fake social media and WhatsApp profiles.
He then offered them up to £1,850 for nude videos and photos, said Minais Gerais Civil Police.
But Schelb reportedly gave them fake bank and wire transfer receipts and threatened to reveal the footage to friends and relatives unless they gave him more lurid images.
One woman said he demanded more than 20 a day.
Lead investigator Magno Machado Oliveira told news site G1: “He was a sadistic citizen who committed a large number of crimes.
He was a sadistic citizen who committed a large number of crimes. Crimes against the sexual dignity of women.
“He made these slave women in the most cowardly and frightening way we ever heard.”
One woman said Schelb knew where she worked, her mum’s name and the church she belonged to.
She said: “He just knew about everything.
“He was talking to people who were going to kill our family.”
Schelb, a volunteer at a church in the town of Muriaé, is said to have forced some of the women to meet him in person – before raping them.
Others were made to have sex with other men or animals and then send him the footage, officers said.
Investigator Oliveira said: “He promised to pay them for photos and videos in sensual poses.
“But when he received them, he used them to extort them. He threatened to send the images to his family, friends and co-workers.”
Schelb was arrested after a woman filed a complaint with cyber crime police.
They said files with all the other women’s details were seized, along with a laptop, tablet and sex costumes.
Schelb, who faces rape and sexual abuse through fraud when the probe ends, has denied the accusations.
“When you talk about rape, you imagine acts of violence or something,” he said.
“I never did any of that. I’m innocent.” (source)