Bloody Clowns Torment Mom & Daughter With Sex Toys at Haunted House

clown haunted house attackHalloween is the time for boo-scares and playful gore, creepy music and fear of the shadows -- what is that behind you?! And of course, haunted houses. Some of them aren't for the faint of heart (they even come with warning notices), but for many of us, we just have to make sure we go pee before entering so our fright doesn't turn into red-faced embarrassment when we exit. Yikes. One haunted house worker, however, is accused of taking his job at scaring people to the extreme when he and a friend dressed as scary clowns tormented a mother and her high school-aged daughter along with her friends with dildos.


Thirty-eight-year-old Regina Janito filed a lawsuit against haunted house employee Robert Keller, 23, and his unnamed accomplice saying that the men tormented her and her daughter and three of her daughter's friends with dildos. Janito said that when they were about to go into the Massacre Haunted House in Montgomery, Illinois, the men dressed in bloody clown costumes attacked them.

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Keller is accused of having a vibrating, purple sex toy, which he used to "violently poke the Minor in various parts of her body, including her buttocks." It was reported that he said, "Do you want some more?" and "You know you like it in the butt!" in a threatening manner. The other man had a teddy bear with a strap-on attached to its groin area and simulated oral sex with it.

Some may laugh this off. Blood-soaked clowns. Vibrators. Haunted house. But this is in no way funny. This was a family heading out for a fun night of boo-scares and they were sexually accosted. It's disgusting that people would act this way, take their "power" of being employed at the haunted house and abuse it, and terrify this family in such a violating way. Halloween is not an excuse for this kind of behavior. These men need help because what they did was so very wrong.

The mother and kids left the haunted house and fled to their car. Janito called the police and Keller and his accomplice were arrested and charged with battery and disorderly conduct. The lawsuit filed lists sexual battery, assault, and infliction of emotional distress. The haunted house is also being named in the lawsuit and is being charged with negligence. Perhaps these men saw this as an opportunity to entertain their sick minds with this vulgar prank. I hope they see the error of their ways.

What would you do if you were "pranked" in such a way?


Image via Montgomery, Illinois, Police

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