Man's charged after wife finds evidence of sex scam hidden with Christmas decorations
The estranged wife of a Connecticut man now accused of luring women to his Salisbury beach house under the guise of performing clinical research, only to secretly videotape them while he performed invasive exams, uncovered evidence of the twisted scheme among Christmas decorations, where she found medical supplies and questionnaires with the victims’ names on them, authorities said. Police said there are at least 20 victims — and possibly more — from Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New York and even Seattle.
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