Louis Romano Bianculli is a white man from Lighthouse Point, Broward County, Florida, United States. His father was a millionaire land developer.
Bianculli went on to become a millionaire land developer himself. Here are 13 more things about him:
- He is Kim Bianculli‘s husband. They have one son together.
- He lives in a 10,000 square-foot mansion in Lighthouse Point.
- Aside from Lighthouse Point, he has lived in other parts of Florida including Pompano Beach, Bonita Springs, Miramar and Fort Lauderdale.
- He is 20 years older than Kim.
- In 1980, he allegedly started luring a female neighbor, then 10, into his home in Fort Lauderdale, drugging her with chloroform and sexually assaulting her. He videotaped the assaults and repeated them until 1987 when she ran away from home.
- In 1985, he and Kim got married.
- In 1994, he was arrested on a domestic violence charge after Kim called 911 while screaming.
- He allegedly sexually assaulted a girl, then 17, who was his employee, after persuading her to try on a medical facemask twice in March 1995 and once in April 1995. In May 1995, she quit her job and refused to take his calls. She and a friend reported the assaults to the Fort Lauderdale Police Department. The Broward County State Attorney’s Office declined to charge him. A memo dated November 21, 1995 from Broward assistant state attorneys Bradley Weissman and Dennis Siegel stated that “the sole issue in this matter” was whether or not she consented to sexual relations with him and it did not appear that “a reasonable jury could find that the three occasions were non-consensual.”
- In 2005, he allegedly started molesting his stepdaughter, then 12, using chloroform, sleeping pills and other techniques to leave her unconscious. He allegedly molested her again on multiple occasions until 2013.
- On July 21, 2015, Lighthouse Point Police Department officers arrested him for abusing his stepdaughter between 2005 and 2013 on multiple occasions. He was charged with three felony counts of sexual abuse of a child but was released on house arrest. His global positioning system (GPS) monitor revealed that after his release, he left his home and visited a Best Buy, a Ferrari dealership and an Italian restaurant.
- In October 2016, he convinced a judge that he needed emergency knee surgery and appeared in court with a cane. He was later seen walking without a cane outside his home.
- In 2017, his son sent to the Broward State Attorney’s Office a video home system (VHS) video that shows him and his teenage female employee in 1995 both naked. She was tied to the bed and too lethargic to resist his manipulations and sexual assaults.
- He was 76 years old when he appeared before a judge on September 9, 2022. He was charged with sexual assault with a deadly weapon, among others, for abusing his teenage employee in 1995.