PHOENIX — Additional underage victims have come forward after a man allegedly had sex with them in exchange for drugs, court documents show.
On December 16, Phoenix police arrested 53-year-old Gordon Keith Golding on six counts of sexual abuse, five counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and seven counts of unlawful recording.
Golding was first arrested on August 26, 2019 for allegedly sexually assaulting and providing marijuana to two 13-year-old girls he met on Instagram.
Phoenix police received a call from a father saying Golding, an adjunct faculty member with Paradise Valley Community College's Fitness Center, sexually assaulted his daughter.
The father confronted his daughter about marijuana that was found in her room. She allegedly told him that Golding gave it to her and sexually assaulted her at his home.
Now investigators say they have found a total of six victims aging in range from 12–25, with most of the girls being 13.
Golding would allegedly trade marijuana wax pens, edible marijuana, and alcohol, for sex with the girls. Court records show that one victim described having her ankles and wrists bound during the incident.
In other incidents, the girls were blindfolded, court documents show.
Police say some of the incidents were reportedly recorded by Golding using a GoPro. Several videos confiscated clearly show Golding having sex with underage girls, police say.
One girl described a time when Golding allegedly placed a "Satanic Bible" on the stomach of another girl and bound her with "a red and black chain."
Court records show that Golding self-surrendered on December 16, accompanied by his attorney. He made no statements to investigators.
He is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on December 26.