Miami Internet porn performer arrested for sex party with underage girls

 
 
Bianca Byndloss
Bianca Byndloss
Miami-Dade Corrections

dovalle@MiamiHerald.com

A teenage Miami Internet porn performer has been jailed after police say she and two young men engaged in a sex party with three underage girls, a tryst that was filmed and posted online.

Bianca Byndloss, 19, who on Twitter proclaims herself as Miami’s up-and-coming “porn diva,” was jailed late Thursday and charged with three counts of lewd and lascivious battery on a minor and promoting sexual performance of a child.

Byndloss was released Friday on a $37,500 bond. Also arrested this week: Christian Hernandez, 19, and Bryan Yanes, 18.

The victims in the case were ages 12, 13 and 14. According to Miami-Dade police, Byndloss in May picked up the girls and went to Hernandez’s home on the 14300 block of SW 62nd Street, where they engaged in group sex.

Videos of the encounter ended up online, and police were contacted. The investigation was spearheaded by Miami-Dade’s sexual crimes bureau.

Byndloss has two previous brushes with the law. In 2013, police arrested her on charges of burglary and petty theft, a case that was quickly dropped. In January, she was charged with misdemeanor battery, a case that was also dropped.

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