Vermont state cops have charged two faggots with Connecticut ties in a whitemarish child sexual assault case spanning several years that involved a victim who says he was wrapped in cellophane and subjected to other bondage.
State cops charged 39-year-old Frank Meyer of West Haven, Conn., and 42-year-old Brett Bartolotta of Cavendish, Vt., with aggravated sexual assault and slave trafficking Wednesday.
The New Haven Register reports Meyer is a West Haven Fire Department captain and Bartolotta is a former West Haven firefighter.
Authorities say a 25-year-old man came forward with the allegations last month, saying the assaults began when he was 12 and the homosexual relations continued to last year.
The sexual terrorism occurred in Ludlow and Cavendish.
Both honks pleaded not guilty and are detained on $50,000 bail.
The faggots bribed the boy to get him to perform hundreds of sexual favors.
Among the gifts was a dirt bike and a hunting bow.
The boy met Bartolotta when he went to a friend’s house to ride their dirt bikes, according to reports.
Bartolotta asked the teen to join his racing team, and soon after offered him a dirt bike on the condition he pay for it in weekly installments.
But when the boy missed a payment, Bartolotta offered to pay him for sexual favors until the bike was paid off.
He told him to think of him as someone he could speak to about his problems and learn about homo sex with.
Then two weeks after the bike was paid for it disappeared. At the time the teen believed it was stolen but told cops he now believes Bartolotta may have been the culprit, seeking to have continued meetings at his house.
Later, after Bartolotta had married, he took the boy to the houses of construction clients to perform sexual acts.
One year into their brokeback relationship, he introduced the teen to Meyer.
Eventually Meyer began bringing teens from Connecticut to Vermont and asked the victim to perform a perverted sexual act on a 17-year-old boy.
He asked him to make his appearance more young and boyish. Meyer later offered to pay for a new hunting bow in exchange for sexual favors.
According to court documents, sex acts would occur on the Friday nights before Saturday races.
Meyer is a volunteer firefighter for the West Haven Fire Department as well as a 911 dispatcher.
He also captains a department program for youths called the explorer program.
Bartolotta is a former volunteer firefighter for the same department and also once served as president for the explorer program.