Penn State Professor Faces Additional Charges in Sickening Bestiality Case

Penn State professor Themis Matsoukas, who was previously arrested in a disturbing bestiality case, now faces additional charges after videos emerged of him allegedly engaging in lewd acts in a park. Matsoukas, a chemical engineering professor, was initially charged with open lewdness, indecent exposure, sexual intercourse with an animal, and animal cruelty after being caught on video involved in sexual acts with a pet collie.

The latest charges stem from 55 videos found on Matsoukas’ electronic devices, which were seized during a search warrant. The videos reportedly show the professor engaging in explicit acts while naked, wearing only a ski mask. He was captured on video masturbating on a picnic table, in a lake at the park, and on Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) vehicles.

The footage also allegedly shows Matsoukas climbing a tree while naked and inserting a tree branch, a tootsie pop, and the control handle of a DCNR John Deere crawler into his anus. Additionally, he is accused of defecating in public areas of Rothrock State Forest and in a maintenance area next to DCNR equipment, as well as smearing bodily fluids on a glass table at a lease camp.

The videos were reportedly filmed at Alan Seeger State Park, four lease camps, and two private properties surrounded by state forest land. Matsoukas now faces two felony counts each of burglary and criminal trespass, six misdemeanor counts of indecent exposure, two misdemeanor counts of open lewdness, two misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct, and six summary counts of disorderly conduct for obscene gestures.

Matsoukas was released on $50,000 unsecured bail by Huntingdon County District Judge Douglas Gummo. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for February 21. His defense lawyer, Matt ​McClenahen, declined to comment outside of court.

Huntingdon County District Attorney Dave Smith stated that no additional charges are expected to be filed since no other videos have been found. The investigation is considered complete in terms of filing charges.

Matsoukas, who had been with Penn State since 1991 and earned his Ph.D. from Michigan, was relieved of his responsibilities as a professor and placed on leave following his initial arrest. His status remains unchanged, according to a university spokesperson.

Author: CrimeDoor

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