Police: Suffolk dance teacher arrested after using 2 teens in live sex video, phone chats

Jordan Viscomi is facing a slew of charges including six counts of use of a child in a sexual performance, four counts of promoting a sexual performance by a child among many others.

Krista McNally

May 18, 2023, 12:54 PM

Updated 330 days ago

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A Suffolk dance teacher has been arrested after police say he used two of his teen girl dancers in live sex video and phone chats.
Police say 30-year-old Jordan Viscomi, of Centereach, is an instructor at David Sanders Dance Dynamics in Oakdale.
Viscomi allegedly met and befriended the two teen dance students, ages 15 and 16, and exchanged sexual content with them in live videos and phone chats.
Police say the incident happened over the course of three days in April.
Viscomi is facing a slew of charges including six counts of use of a child in a sexual performance, four counts of promoting a sexual performance by a child among many others.
David Sanders Dance Dynamics released a statement saying in part, "The safety of our students and the dance community at large is a top priority to us. We have policies in place that speak specifically to conduct and behavior with students."
They went on to say that Viscomi was immediately suspended when they found out about the allegations weeks ago.
Viscomi's attorney, Steven Politi, says his client is innocent and beloved in the dance community.
"He is not guilty - he did not commit any of the offenses he is being charged with," Politi says.
News 12 went to Viscomi's home, but no one responded.
Viscomi's bail was set at $750,000 cash or $2.25 million bond. He is due back in court on May 23.


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