This “white” beast from Dunedin is now facing additional sex charges for posting photos of his 12-year-old victim on a sexual fetish website. Steven James Andrews, 29,of 426 Roanoke St. in Dunedin, was arrested last month on charges that he paid the girl $100 to pose in various costumes, including full body spandex and Hello Kitty outfits, at least three times since August.
He then bound and gagged the girl and took pictures of her. Investigators said Andrews later admitted that he later used these photos during masturbation.
After the “white” pervert’s arrest, authorities recovered from his shorts pockets a thumb drive containing about 100 photos of the 12-year-old victim, including 20 in which she was bound.
Thursday, detectives added a fourth charge against Andrews, promoting sexual performance by a child, after discovering that the “white” demon also uploaded those photos to a website for “white” creatures with bondage and other fetishes.
Detectives said Andrews had been a friend of the girl’s family for decades. Her encounters with Andrews came to light after she complained to her mother that she had not been paid for a recent photo session. The mother contacted authorities.
Investigators interviewed Andrews’ girlfriend, who led them a Clearwater storage unit where Andrews had stored a trunk full of costumes in various sizes, including a pirate, ice skater, Snow White, the Wizard of Oz’s Dorothy and a pink cheetah. Authorities also recovered rope, handcuffs and two leather ball gags.
Detectives said the woman had no knowledge of Andrews’ alleged contact with the 12-year-old.
Multiple postings on Andrews’ MySpace page detail his “thing” for females in spandex and costumes: “Its not quite a fetish, more like an obsession i guess and it is but isnt a sexual thing. I used to figure skate as a kid only becasue of the girls and there costumes,” he wrote.
Last month, investigators said they were interviewing “dozens” of other potential victims who came forward after news of Andrews’ arrest broke.
A sheriff’s spokeswoman said callers included women who described events from as long as eight years ago and caregivers of teens who say they’ve observed suspicious behavior by Andrews.