Police: Suspect offers mother $2,000 to have sex with her 3 daughters

A Middletown man is facing multiple child pornography and prostitution charges for allegedly offering a mother $2,000 to film sex acts of him with her three young daughters, according to police.

Bradley D. McGlosson, 45, of 257 Yankee Road, was indicted by a Butler County grand jury Wednesday on four counts of compelling prostitution, a third-degree felony; one charge of attempted gross sexual imposition involving a child under the age of 13, a fourth-degree felony; five counts of pandering sexually-oriented matter involving a minor, a fourth-degree felony; and one count of illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material or performance, a fifth-degree felony.

McGlosson was arrested by Middletown police on Nov . 14, after a mother told detectives he had contacted her with explicit sexual messages about what he wanted to with her daughters, ages 13, 6 and 3.

“The mother of these three children indicated she had been sexually assaulted by him as a child, and he had recontacted her,” said Lt. Scott Reeve.

After an initial investigation, Reeve said they put a wire on the mother and sent her to meet McGlosson at the Riverfront Motel on Tytus Avenue. McGlosson paid cash for her to take photos of himself in a sex act with the woman’s youngest daughter, and when the woman told him she was going to get the girl, police showed up and took McGlosson into custody.

“I was really scared, but I was more scared for my children and other children like me who didn’t have anyone to protect them,” the mother said.

She said the abuse as a child was not reported, but when she was contacted by McGlosson again, “I went straight to the police.”

The woman said that McGlosson told her during their interaction that he had successfully gotten a woman to prostitute her kid before.

“It is just sick,” the woman said. “Just horrible.”

Reeve said detectives found child pornography in McGlosson’s possession, and it was “pretty disgusting stuff.”

He added he believes McGlosson was trying to recreate some of those images.

McGlosson has been behind bars since his arrest in lieu of $100,000 bond. He is currently housed in the Butler County Jail. The case has been assigned to Butler County Common Pleas Judge Michael Sage, but an arraignment date had not been set Wednesday.

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