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Internet ‘Porn Diva,’ 19, Arrested for Bisexual Video Orgy With Girls 12, 13, 14

Posted on | June 24, 2014 | 104 Comments

The police affidavit in this case is astonishing: Bianca Byndloss, 19, and her co-defendants Christian Hernandez, 19, and Brian Yanes, 18, engaged in a May 25 orgy with three girls ages 12, 13 and 14. All are charged with multiple felonies and it looks like an open-and-shut case because all three suspects and also the victims “recorded the sex acts with their cell phones,” to quote the June 18 affidavit for Hernandez’s arrest.

The affidavit states that Hernandez had sex with the 12-year-old, and that his cell phone contained videos of the 13-year-old performing oral sex on the 12-year-old, as well as a video of the 12-year-old “digitally penetrating [Byndloss’s] vagina.” Meanwhile, according to the affidavit, the 14-year-old’s cell phone contained video of Hernandez “digitally penetrating” the 12-year-old, as well as three other “videos depicting the co-defendants and victims engaged in sexual acts, while [Hernandez] is sitting on the bed.”

Byndloss had used the Twitter account @bibiMiami (now deleted) to promote herself as an “up-and-cumming [sic] porn diva” online. The Miami Herald reports her background:

Byndloss has two previous brushes with the law. In 2013, police arrested her on charges of burglary and petty theft, a case that was quickly dropped. In January, she was charged with misdemeanor battery, a case that was also dropped.

So as soon as she turned 18, Byndloss started racking up an arrest record and, although both those previous charges were dropped, now we find her charged with serious felonies — three counts of lewd and lascivious battery on a minor and promoting sexual performance of a child — in a case where the police say they have overwhelming evidence against her. There is no reason, given the nature of the crimes and the clear evidence of guilt, for the prosecutor to show leniency or to offer a plea bargain. And if you’re Byndloss’s lawyer, there’s no way you want a case like this to go to a jury trial.

Yet, according to the Smoking Gun, Byndloss popped up on Twitter after she made bail Friday and, before she deleted her account, she tweeted out such stupid sentiments as “fun leads to trouble just live and learn” and “I love my career i hope this doesn’t interfere with my dreams but only time will tell.”

Bibi, sweetheart: You’re going to prison.

After you get out of prison — maybe by the time you’re 30, or maybe not — you will be required to register as a sex offender. And as for your “career” . . . Well, have you seen Orange Is the New Black?

We should additionally note that (a) Byndloss is the same age as Duke University porn star Miriam Weeks/”Belle Knox” and (b) this depraved crime occurred in Florida, which is also home to such infamous perverts as the fugitive boy-molester Denise Harvey, convicted girl-molester Nichol Marie Phelps, gay teen porn star Robert Marucci and, most notoriously, teen lesbian sex offender Kaitlyn Hunt.

 

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  • NeoWayland

    I can’t stress this enough.

    The state is not a moral entity. Government is not your friend, at best it is a bad servant.

    Religion can not be allowed the coercive power of the state and the state can not be allowed the moral justification of faith.

    You can’t trust law to do the right thing. You have to watch it. You have to argue with it. And sometimes you have to fight it.

  • Moneyrunner

    Why do you keep dragging religion into your argument? I did not cite religion in my comment. You make the unsupported assumption that only religious people see a problem with women having children without husbands. What’s this obsession that you (as an avowed libertarian) have with people who believe in God? I have noticed this in other forums. It’s like a nervous tic, mention anything having to do with a change in personal morality and suddenly the village atheist is in your face telling you how religious people want to transform the country into a theocracy. It’s another one of those crazy conspiracy theories by people who think of themselves as free thinkers, but carry on mental conversations with voice in their heads. So long. Try the tinfoil hat made by Reynolds.

  • NeoWayland

    Almost always when someone starts saying that people aren’t “good enough” the standard becomes some holy writ.

    Whether the “people” chose it or not.

    I don’t care what your faith is. Do what you can to honor it. Embrace it. Become a better person.

    I just don’t think you should use your faith to control another person.

    Unless you want to live under the rules of my faith.

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