Sex Sting Nabs Would-Be Cannibal Kidnapper — Now He’s Free On Bond

Justin Teeter Bensing [Greenville County Sheriff’s Office]

GREENVILLE, SC — A Myrtle Beach man arrested in a prostitution and child sex-trafficking sting reportedly wanted to kidnap, enslave, and eat a child — and now he’s free on bond.

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Justin Teeter Bensing, 36, was among the 40 suspects netted in February by “Operation Millstone,” a wide-scale sex-for-hire sting involving multiple South Carolina police departments.

Using the alias “Rebel Deese,” Bensing solicited sex from an undercover disguised as a minor, reportedly asking her if she was “ready to be a full-time baby maker and sex slave.”

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From there, Bensing’s perverse requests allegedly only got sicker and more frightening. According to Greenville County Sheriff Will Lewis:

“[Bensing] wanted a person brought to him that he could eat — physically cannibalize. Bensing wanted sexual acts with animals. Depravity doesn’t even begin to describe this.”

The sheriff also alleged that Bensing expressed desired to kidnap a child and make her drink her own urine.

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Officers arrested Bensing on two counts of criminal solicitation of a minor. But after posting $20,000 bond two days later, Bensing was released with no stipulations. He is presently free among the public pending an upcoming court date.

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Main photo: Justin Teeter Bensing [Greenville County Sheriff’s Office]



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