Long Island man Bradley Garyn sentenced to child porn, foot fetish case

A Long Island man was sentenced to between five and 15 years in prison on Monday for coercing sexually explicit selfies and photos of feet from underage girls through Snapchat, prosecutors said.

Bradley Garyn, 29, was handed the indeterminate sentence by Suffolk County Judge Karen M. Wilutis after pleading guilty to a slew of charges connected to the 2020 child porn case.

He admitted to luring girls as young as 12 on the social media app, promising Amazon gift codes in exchange for foot pics and snaps of their faces, the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office said.

The sicko also fessed up to grooming the girls so he could later coerce them into sending naked and sexually explicit photos and videos of themselves, prosecutors said.

Bradley Garyn was given an undetermined sentence of 5-15 years behind bars by a Suffolk County judge in court Monday.
Suffolk County Police Department

The foot-fetishist from Melville landed on cops’ radar in September 2020 after a teen girl reported he’d pressured her to send him dirty photos and videos through Snapchat.

Investigators, over the course of a four-month probe, found out Garyn used various bizarre usernames to contact underage girls on the app — including ipay2feetpics,” “paying4feetpics” and “PayU4Selfies,” the DA’s Office said.

He then would pay the children $10 through Amazon gift card codes for the photos, prosecutors said.

But the creep’s demands for more explicit content grew — and he was willing to offer as much as $500 for them, the DA’s Office said.

At one point, Garyn convinced a victim to send him sexual photos and videos by threatening to release other intimate images of her, according to prosecutors.

He was arrested in December 2020 and his computer equipment and telephones were seized.

District Attorney Raymond Tierney slammed the perverted perp for using girls, ages 12-16, for his own “repugnant desires.”

“This defendant exploited numerous young and impressionable teenagers in order to satisfy his own prurient and repugnant desires,” Tierney said in a statement.

“The actions of this defendant will not be tolerated in Suffolk County, and the term of imprisonment he will serve for these crimes, as well as the orders of protection we have obtained on behalf of these victims, will ensure that this defendant cannot continue to engage in such abhorrent criminal behavior.”

Garyn pleaded guilty in September to 27 counts connected to the case, including four counts of use of a child in a sexual performance, four counts of promoting sexual performance by a child, one count of possessing a sexual performance by a child and four counts of first-degree disseminating indecent materials to a minor. 

Other charges he copped to included three counts of first-degree coercion, five counts of third-degree criminal solicitation, five counts of endangering the welfare of a child and one count fourth-degree criminal solicitation.

Additional reporting by Larry Celona