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Man, 30, is sentenced to five years probation for pretending to be disable

Man, 30, is sentenced to five years probation for pretending to have physical and mental disabilities so that carers would change his soiled diapers for his ‘sexual arousal’

  • Rutledge Deas, 30, received probation for pretending to have mental disabilities so that carers would change his diaper for his ‘sexual arousal’
  • He used an app to hire a woman to deal with him with ‘tough toddler gloves’
  • She changed his soiled diapers on several occasions, according to court records
  • He received probation after pleading guilty to four counts of human trafficking, possession of methamphetamines and possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Deas was also ordered to maintain employment, undergo internet addiction counseling, stay off social media and complete 400 hours of community service

A New Orleans judge has sentenced a man to probation after he tricked women into changing his diapers by pretending to have physical and mental disabilities.  

Rutledge Deas, 30, who also goes by ‘Rory’, was arrested in November 2019 by Louisiana State Police for convincing a series of women to change his diapers for his ‘sexual arousal’.

He was charged with 10 counts of sexual battery and human trafficking, and one count of possession of a schedule II controlled dangerous substance.

Criminal District Court Judge Hunter Harris ordered Deas to five years of probation on Monday after he pleaded guilty to four counts of human trafficking, possession of methamphetamines and possession of drug paraphernalia. 

A New Orleans judge has sentenced Rutledge Deas (pictured), 30, who tricked women into changing his diapers by pretending to have physical and mental disabilities, to five years of probation

Deas was also ordered to maintain employment, undergo internet addiction counseling, stay off social media and complete 400 hours of community service, according to NOLA.com

During a court hearing, two women spoke about the incident, with one saying: ‘I used to believe that almost everyone in the world was inherently good. … In this case, I was wrong.’

At the time of his arrest, authorities said that Deas used an online app called UrbanSitter to hire a college student to look after a fabricated 18-year-old brother named Cory.

He would then pose as Cory and pretend to be handicapped while a home help worker looked after him and changed his soiled diapers for around one year.

Deas told investigators that he had trauma during childhood and being treated like an infant brought him ‘back to a time and place where he was at peace,’ court records obtained by The Times-Picayune revealed. 

Deas told one woman, 20, that Cory needed a person to deal with him with ‘tough toddler gloves’.

Pretending to be Cory, he sent text messages to the woman saying he needed to be potty trained, needed his ‘diapee’ changed and required a child’s booster seat.   

Deas used an online app called UrbanSitter to hire a college student to look after a fabricated older brother named Cory, 18

Deas used an online app called UrbanSitter to hire a college student to look after a fabricated older brother named Cory, 18

He would then pose as Cory and pretend to be handicapped while a home help worker looked after him and changed his soiled diapers for around one year. The app Deas used is pictured

He would then pose as Cory and pretend to be handicapped while a home help worker looked after him and changed his soiled diapers for around one year. The app Deas used is pictured 

The woman looked after a man she believed was Cory on ten occasions. She had changed his soiled diapers, according to court records obtained by The Times-Picayune.  

The documents state Deas became aroused during that time and would suck on a baby’s pacifier when she performed diaper changes. 

The female victim never met the older brother, and he made payments through an Apple online app.   

However she then had questions after Deas attempted to use another method to pay her on November 6, 2019.     

She then examined his profile and saw another exchange of money between Deas and another man. She found a profile under the name ‘Rory Deas’ when she looked at the other man’s friend group on Facebook. 

The woman told police that the profile was the man she knew and cared for as Cory. 

After contacting authorities, she contacted the babysitting app and Deas’ profile was removed.

Deas later contacted her to see if she could care for Cory and at an apartment in the 1200 block of Marengo Street. 

State Police secured warrants to arrest Deas on the sexual battery counts and took him into custody. 

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