Teen victim from Bucks Co ‘furry party’ case was also abused by woman, police say

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A Cumberland County woman was charged Sunday with sexually assaulting a teenage boy who authorities previously said had been victimized by men dressed up as animals at so-called “furry parties” in Bucks County.


Paige Wren Tasker, 27, of Mechanicsburg, is accused of sleeping in a bed with the boy, then 14, and sexually assaulting him in 2015 at the Monroe County home of David Parker, who has already been arrested and accused of abusing the boy.

The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office, which is handling the prosecution, said Tasker assaulted the boy “on more than one occasion” but did not elaborate. She was charged with sexual assault, corruption of minors, and related counts, and was being held in Monroe County Prison, according to court records.





Authorities did not say whether Tasker participated in the “furry parties” that were a disturbing hallmark of previous arrests in this case. Including Tasker, authorities have charged six people with abusing the boy; the others were men from Pennsylvania and Virginia accused of raping or otherwise assaulting him at gatherings where they donned animal costumes.

One of the co-defendants, Kenneth Fenske, 57, of Quakertown, was ordered last week to be held for trial. He pleaded not guilty and his attorney said Fenske maintained his innocence.

Court records indicated that Tasker had requested a public defender, but none was listed on the documents Sunday.














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