Serial Rapist Accused Of Getting 30 Men Drunk and Sexually Assaulting Them

A Maryland man who was convicted of sexually assaulting other men may Poindexterhave as many as 30 victims, say police.

Joey Poindexter, 40, was convicted in February of buying alcoholic drinks for men he met at bars, then taking them back to his home where they were assaulted.

At the time, he was convicted of assaulting only five men, but now prosecutors say his actual number of victims may exceed two dozen. Poindexter has allegedly

been sexually assaulting men he met at bar events, such as ping pong tournaments, for over 10 years.

Authorities say Poindexter would drug the men and once they were out, he would assault them and take photographs as mementos.

These allegations came to light after a student accused Poindexter of assaulting him after they met at Looney’s Pub in College Park Maryland in 2013.

The student reported that Poindexter, now 40, got him drunk while at the ping pong tournament, then took him home and sexually assαulted him. According to the student, Poindexter bought him shots, beer, and a Long Island Iced Tea after they met at the bar.

The student didn’t remember anything after being taken to the Poindexter’s home, but went to police, who had him record a conversation with Poindexter.

“You know, no matter what did happen or didn’t happen, like I said, I was pretty trashed,” Poindexter told the victim during the recorded call. “And if it makes you feel any better, I don’t have any [expletive] AIDS if anything did happen.”

Although Poindexter wouldn’t admit guilt over the phone, he admitted to the victim in person that they had sex, but said it was consensual.

Surveillance video from the bar shows the victim barely able to walk as Poindexter helps him out the door.

During the investigation, police found pictures of several other men who appeared to be incapacitated while they were being abused by Poindexter.

The state of Maryland has also contacted law enforcement officials in other states where Poindexter attended tournaments.

 

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