Florida CPA Makes National News

Deegan

Local Florida CPA, Timothy Deegan made national news recently by his alleged escapades with “sex slaves” locked away in his house.

A Florida accountant has been accused of confining three women in his home as sex slaves, prostituting them and posting a video of himself raping at least one of the victims.

Gainesville resident Timothy Deegan, 53, was charged with three counts of human trafficking June 6th, the Gainesville Sun reported last week and could face additional charges.

Deegan owns a tax business and a sizable home sporting a fountain and statues of lions near a large driveway.

But inside the house, investigators said they found traps, running cameras and weapons, which Deegan allegedly used to subjugate the three women.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/06/15/timothy-deegan-sex-slaves_n_5495980.html

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