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LOUISIANA — A New Orleans man who told investigators he enjoyed being treated as an infant pretended to have mental and physical disabilities in order to obtain a babysitter who unwittingly changed his diaper on several occasions over the course of more than a year, Louisiana State Police said.

Rutledge Deas IV, 29, told investigators that he had suffered severe childhood trauma and being cared for like a baby brought him “back to a time and place where he was at peace,” according to court records.

State Police booked Deas on Wednesday with 10 counts each of human trafficking — which can include obtaining a person’s services through fraud — and sexual battery. Court records suggest he could face additional counts after he allegedly confessed he had hired […]

 Following a complaint of online fraud and sexual battery, Investigators with the Louisiana State Police Special Victims Unit have arrested 29-year-old New Orleans resident Rutledge “Rory” Deas. Deas was booked yesterday evening into the Orleans Parish Jail on 10 counts each of Sexual Battery and Human Trafficking (Labor) and 1 count of Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Dangerous Substance.

Troopers’ investigation revealed that Deas utilized social media advertisements to obtain home health care for his mentally and physically handicapped 18 year old brother named “Cory.” Upon arranging for a home health care provider, Deas would then pose as “Cory” while allowing the care provider to change his adult diaper and obtain sexual arousal under the false pretenses of being handicapped. After providing home care on at least ten separate occasions, the victim became increasingly suspicious of Deas’ behavior and subsequently discovered “Cory” was actually Rutledge “Rory” Deas posing as his fictitious handicapped brother.

LSP Investigators obtained an arrest warrant for Deas and placed him into custody at his New Orleans residence without incident. The investigation remains ongoing with additional victims anticipated.  

Anyone suspected of being a victim of Deas is urged to contact LSP Detectives.

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