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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A Lighthouse Point man is in trouble with the law, accused of sexually abusing a minor using duct tape, needles and knives.

According to the Sun-Sentinel, Louis Romano Bianculli, 68, was arrested on Tuesday charged with several counts of sexual battery.

Bianculli allegedly knocked the girl out with chloroform and sleeping pills then restrained her with duct tape, according to his arrest warrant.

The incidents allegedly occurred between September 2005 and April 2011 in Lighthouse Point.

Authorities said the abuse grew from fondling and other sex acts to “surgeries,” “procedures,” and “rough play” that led to bruising.

The alleged abuse came to light during therapy session, officers said.

The warrant also states Bianculli used a pressure point technique that caused the girl to black out. When the girl woke up, he was allegedly groping her telling her he was “checking her heart” to make sure she was okay.

The alleged abuse progressed and later included comments that made her fear for her life, according to the arrest warrant.

He allegedly later started using laughing gas. The girl told detectives she believed he did this so he wouldn’t see her cry or complain during the abuse, according to the report.

The warrant states he would sometimes use needles to “suck out fat” and inject it into her breasts to make them larger.

Due to repeated use of chloroform, the girl developed health issues like fainting, bleeding ears and heart problems, according to police.

In a series of recorded conversations obtained by police, in response to being asked if he would confess, Bianculli said, “I don’t care anymore. I’d rather be in a jail cell.”

Bianculli is being held without bond in the Broward Main Jail.