According to reports, a Louisiana man was arrested for the second time after posing as a handicapped person and tricking caregivers into changing his diapers.
Rutledge Deas IV, 31, was arrested on Thursday at his home in Metairie, Louisiana after soliciting someone for "alternative therapy." Authorities also note that Deas tried to have the victim recruit other babysitters to care for him while posing as a person with special needs.
Deas was charged with one count of human trafficking and one count of attempted human trafficking.
Back in 2019, Deas was arrested for "hiring babysitters who he would pay to change his diaper and treat him like a child." He was subsequently placed on probation in December 2020 following a guilty plea on four counts of human trafficking.