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Member of PA sex fetish club ‘Furry’ admits child sex trafficking boy at animal costume parties where the boy was forced for years to dress as Tony the Tiger before being sexually assaulted -five other ‘furries’ also charged

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Furry admits child sex trafficking boy at animal costume parties where the boy was forced for years to dress as Tony the Tiger before being sexually assaulted
Boy, now aged 15, was allegedly raped by different men at fetish-themed parties 
He was forced to dress as ‘Tony the Tiger’ at parties before being attacked
Six men have are charged in Pennsylvania child rape investigation 
David Parker, 38, of Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania, pled guilty Monday to child sex trafficking case in return for a 30 year sentence 
Kenneth C. Fenske, 57; Jeffrey A. Harvey, 40;  Craig M. Knox, 36;  Stephen Taylor, 36 and 28-year-old Paige Tasker are also charged
Parker reportedly began assaulting the child aged one, and would take him to the fetish parties to be raped by others
Victim told how another ‘furry’ Kenneth C. Fenske, 57, would remove his fox costume to rape him on multiple occasions

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Top [L-R] David Parker, Kenneth Fenske and Jeffrey Harvey. Bottom [L-R] Stephen Taylor and Paige Tasker, and Craig Knox are charged in the fetish club child sex abuse case

A ‘furry’ has admitted child sex trafficking a young boy, forcing him to dress up as Tony the Tiger before being sexually assaulted at fetish parties.
David Parker, 38, of Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty Monday to child sex trafficking in a plea deal with prosecutors in return for a 30 year sentence. He had faced life in prison if convicted at trial.
Parker, a ‘furry’ admits he took the boy to Luzerne County to be molested at the furry parties – where participants dress in animal costumes – on multiple occasions.
Furries are people who dress up as animals and identify as the chosen animal, often as a sexual fetish, according to a release by Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro.

David R. Parker [left],  and Kenneth C. Fenske 1.pngDavid R. Parker [left] pled guilty to child sex trafficking in return for a 30 year sentence. Kenneth C. Fenske [right] is accused of raping the victim while in his fox costume
The victim says he was forced to dress as 'Tony the Tiger' at parties before being attacked.jpgThe victim says he was forced to dress as ‘Tony the Tiger’ at parties before being attacked 

The boy says he was forced to dress as cartoon cereal character Tony the Tiger, and was assaulted at the furry parties, thrown in the Pennsylvanian suburbs, between June 2010 and August 2010. The victim was abused for nearly eight years, starting in 2009, according Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
The case against the sex fetish club began last summer with the arrest of Jeffrey A. Harvey, 40, of West Wyoming, Pennsylvania, who was charged for trying to have sex with someone online that he thought was a 13-year-old boy, but was in fact an undercover decoy.

Stephen Taylor (left) and Paige Tasker (right)  1.pngStephen Taylor [left] admitted bestiality and cruelty to animals after sexually abusing two Rottweilers. Taylor and  Paige Tasker [right] are also charged over the sex assaults

Investigators found text messages he exchanged with Stephen Parker where they discussed Harvey wanting to have sex with the sex trafficked young boy forced to dress in the tiger costume.
Parker who was arrested the next day admitted he sexually fondled the boy when he was one to three years old.
The victim also told investigators Parker molested him on multiple occasions in Schuylkill County before he was age 13 and, according to a search warrant affidavit, ‘would take him to homes or apartments where… other adults would touch (him) in a sexual way.’
The boy told investigators in October that Craig Michael Knox, 35, of Henrico, Virginia, had molested him at a home in Pittston.
Knox told investigators that Parker encouraged him to ‘have at it’ with the boy, and that he sexually abused the child in an upstairs bedroom. He said Parker also forced the child to perform a sexual act, according to police.
‘Knox stated that during this time the victim appeared embarrassed and looked at the floor as he did what he was instructed to do,’ police wrote. Knox was charged last November.
The victim also told an investigator that on January 20, Parker, himself a ‘furry’, had taken him in 2009 to the Quakertown home of Kenneth C. Fenske, 57.
Fenske, whose chosen furry costume was a fox, would remove his costume before raping him, police said. Fenske is also charged with child rape and related offenses.
The teen said his parents were present at the parties but had no idea about the assaults.
He only opened up about the horrific incidents earlier this year. 

Jeffrey A. Harvey and Craig M. Knox 1.pngThe case began with the arrest of Jeffrey A. Harvey [left] on charges he tried to have sex with someone online that he thought was a 13-year-old boy. Craig M. Knox [right] is also charged with sexual offences

The six charged in ‘Furry’ Pedo Ring:

Kenneth C. Fenske, 57, of Quakertown. He was charged with multiple counts of child rape, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, and unlawful contact with a minor

David Parker, 38, of Stroudsburg, Monroe County. He was charged with child rape and related counts, including possession of child pornography.

Jeffrey Harvey, 40, of West Wyoming, Luzerne County. He was charged with unlawful contact with a minor, criminal use of a cell phone, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and statutory sexual assault.

Craig Knox, 35, of Henrico, Virginia. He was charged with sexual offenses in Virginia.

Stephen Taylor, of Henrico, Virginia, is Knox’s roommate, charged with bestiality and cruelty to animals after sexually abusing two Rottweilers.

Paige Tasker, 28, of Stroudsburg, is charged with statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, indecent assault and corruption of minors.

 

The boy said he was the only child at the furry parties, and was allowed to play Xbox, but Fenske, who went by the name ‘Lupine’ and wore a fully body fox costume, with head, feet and tail, had asked him to go upstairs where he assaulted him on several occasions.
‘I kept it to myself,’ the boy testified, according to Philly.com. ‘I didn’t tell anyone.’
Stephen Taylor, Knox’s roommate, is also charged over the crimes, and has also admitted bestiality and cruelty to animals after sexually abusing two Rottweilers.
Paige Tasker, 28, of Stroudsburg, is charged with statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, indecent assault and corruption of minors.
The victim is now is in foster care and has been receiving therapy.
In total, three men and a woman from Pennsylvania and two men from Virginia also are charged over the crimes.

Meet The Furries

According to FurScience, the furry fandom encompasses much more than just the ‘therians’ – or, people who feel as though they’re spiritually connected to animals. Furries represent fans of media featuring anthropomorphic animals, and may include artists, writers, gamers, and role players.
Most create a ‘fursona,’ or anthropomorphized animal character for themselves, to interact with the community.
The demographics: More than 75% of furries are younger than 25
About 84% identify as male, while 13% are female, and 2.5% are transgender Most furries (83.2%) are white
About one-third identify as ‘exclusively heterosexual,’ but research has shown furries ‘are about five times more likely to identify as exclusively homosexual than the general population’

 

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