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Police Have Video Showing Toddlers at Dungeon-Themed Sex Party

By Tanya Roth, Esq. on October 26, 2010 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

It can be difficult for parents to find a baby-sitter at times. Sometimes you are forced to just bring the little ones along and it can be a bit tough on everyone. This story takes the whole "bring the kids along" issue to new, completely inappropriate and quite criminal heights.

A Wisconsin man is being sought for allegedly taking a couple of toddlers along to a medieval themed S&M sex party. According to Fox6 News, police are looking for the children who can be seen in a sex tape found by the man's ex-girlfriend.

The bit of good news here is that the toddlers are not involved in the dungeon's activities. They toddlers are seen when the camera pans away from the "action." Clearly, police in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin will be making a beeline for man's new house. Fox reports the police would likely charge all the adults (using that term very, very loosely) seen the tape with exposing children to harmful materials, a felony under Wisconsin law.

Many states have laws protecting children from exposure to pornographic materials, live shows no doubt included. In addition, it would be a safe bet that the authorities could slap on child endangerment or neglect to the list of punishments for this masochistic group. Child abuse and child endagnerment laws are also broadly written to include mental as well as physical harm, so abuse charges might well be included.

The man appears to have held onto the sex tape for some time, as it appears to have been made in 2001, Fox reports. This will only make the kids harder to identify, as the toddlers are now about in 6th grade. If she has any sense, the ex-girlfriend of video guy will compound their break-up with a little more tattling to police as well.

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