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Bondage author accused of having sex with NY teen

Charles Segaloff (Source Lawton Police Department) Charles Segaloff (Source Lawton Police Department)
Eden Grayson (Source Lawton Police Department) Eden Grayson (Source Lawton Police Department)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) -A Lawton author who has written several books about bondage remains behind bars, accused of bringing a teenage girl from New York to Lawton for sex.

Charles Michael Segaloff, 59, was arrested at his home in Lawton after police were able to ping the girl's cell phone location at his house. According to New York State Police, Segaloff, who is also known as Michael Makai, traveled to New York after the girl contacted him on Facebook about one of his books and the bondage lifestyle.

Segaloff is being held pending a federal court hearing on Monday. He is also facing possible state charges in New York for contributing to the delinquency of a minor and harboring a runaway.

He is also a registered sex offender following a conviction in 2001 in Washington.

Seagaloff's girlfriend, 26-year-old Eden Grayson, was also arrested when police came to the home because she was also involved in the sexual arrangement with the teenager.

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