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Ex-Kenai Hockey Coach Facing 14 Years of Sexual Abuse Charges

Ex-Kenai Hockey Coach Facing 14 Years of Sexual Abuse Charges

Bradley Elliott, a former Kenai Peninsula school hockey coach, is currently facing multiple sexual abuse charges, including at least 12 counts of sexual abuse of a minor, 9 counts of exploitation of a minor to create child pornography, 2 counts of child pornography distribution, and more. The alleged offenses are believed to have begun in 2002 and have continued during the 14 year period.

Allegations came to light about 55-year-old Elliott, a Sterling resident, when two young brothers came forward to report him. The boys claimed that Elliot would abuse them during hunting trips and at his homes, forcing them to make pornographic videos, including fetish videos with urination and violence, so that Elliot could sell them to a Russian source. Elliot controlled the boys and bribed them by offering to forgive their rent or offering them steroids. The abuse began when one of the boys was only 11 years old.

When Alaska State Troopers went to arrest Elliot, they found many of the props that the brothers claimed he used in making the pornographic videos, as well as a laptop on his bed playing pornographic videos of young-looking males having sex. Elliot was arrested a couple of weeks ago and face his preliminary hearing on July 22.

You can learn more about the terms of this case through Alaska Dispatch News.

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