Random Ridiculousness: Former Security Guard At Juvenile Detention Center Spills Nasty Sex Orgy Beans

- By Bossip Staff

We have truly seen just about everything now. A former juvey hall security guard has exposed some crazy a$s ish!! Apparently at the Goshen Secure Center for teens in NY, inmates are rewarded for good behavior with hookers and sex orgies. WTF???

A juvenile detention facility has found a unique – and incredibly inappropriate – way to reward good behavior for its inmates: a sex orgy social, according to a former guard at the facility. Antonio Collado Jr., a security officer at the upstate Goshen Secure Center for teens, about 100 miles south of Albany, was granted legal “whistleblower” status by investigators after he came forward about the shocking goings on at the December 2009 social.

Collado said he was asked to drive to Albany to pick up a 15-year-old girl and a friend and bring them to the facility, according to the New York Post. The girls were reportedly requested by two inmates, according to Collado, who also said one inmate later told him he’d never met the woman he invited to the dance, but had gotten her name from a fellow prisoner. It’s now believed that woman was a prostitute.

“I’ve seen socials before but have never seen anything like this,” Collado, a 38-year veteran officer, told the Post. “There was a girl getting her pants pulled down,” he said, of a sex act that appeared imminent. “I saw her red g-string panties almost being pulled off.”

The party was abruptly cut short when a guard who was manning the video surveillance cameras raised an alarm, according to the Post. State Inspector General Joseph Fisch told the Post that an investigation was ongoing. New York State Office of Children and Family Services spokeswoman Susan Steele refused to comment directly on the incident except to say that an “investigation is going on now,” the paper reported.

Steele did say that OCFS Commissioner Gladys Carrion supported social dances for hard-core convicted youth “as part of our way of incentivizing good behavior.”

Wow, no comment.

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  • Lovelybubbly

    incarceration is an entirely different world with different sets of rules. The people in charge try anything to keep the inmates distracted and calmed down so they don’t start problems and be violent. Not saying its right but I have a friend who works at a prison and I’ve heard similar stories.

  • http:chokolatemilk.blogspot.com Choco

    Im not surprised and I’ve heard worse about women’s correctional facilities.

  • Nique (Life in the Fab Lane)

    U do the crime-u do the time!

    Y should they b “rewarded”? If they were doing what was expected of them 2 begin with then they wouldnt b in jail!

    SN:Its May and this perv is now coming out with the info?? SMH

  • LaDiva

    Que mierda es esta?

  • LYRICS

    THIS IS FOOLISHNESS….ONCE AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Jenene

    The best incentive for good behavior in jail should be FREEDOM!!

  • http://twitter.com/thugpundit Clarkekent3000

    I betcha it worked and it meant less the CO had to deal with!!

    Thinking outside of the box!

    ¡sacar el control del sexo de las manos de los womans!

  • I'mJustSayin'

    Callous Carrion, has instituted numerous policies that have undermined the authority of the “guards” and now the residents (i nmates) are running amok with impu nity in all these facilities while the staff continues to be a s s a u lted on a daily basis. This “social” was wholly inappropriate but just another in her failed experiments which have resulted in the d e a t h s and daily a t t a c k s on the rank and file who may not defend themselves because they risk losing their jobs under the Carrion regime. The d e v i l has a special place in h e l l for this cretin.

  • http://appsecurityco.com/ Security Guards Companies

    Bad!! There are better ways to reward good behavior.

  • KC

    This is LITERALLY in my backyard and its DISGUSTING! Where is SHeriff Joe ( of ARIZONA?!)

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