|Lee Bradberry could face up to life in prison if convicted of all charges|
The latest person to be charged in sex scandal's that continue to plague Kanakuk Kamp is now in the Taney County jail.
Lee Julian Bradberry, 22, of Auburn Alabama, was extradited back to Missouri over the holiday weekend to face multiple sex charges involving underage boys of the Branson based Christian youth sports camp.
Bradberry has been charged with two counts of first degree statutory sodomy, two counts of first degree child molestation, one count each of sexual misconduct and attempted statutory sodomy involving three alleged victims, ages 9, 10 and 12, according to court documents.
The allegations stem from an investigation involving inappropriate contact Bradberry allegedly had with the boys while he was employed by Kankuk between June 21st and July 16th of 2011.
This is the third time in three years that charges have been filed against former employees or volunteers connected to Kanakuk.
|Peter Daniel Newman will spend the rest of his life in prison|
Bradberry, is a student at Auburn University, the same college that Peter Daniel Newman, another camp counselor charged in a sex scandal that rocked Kanakuk, attended. Newman, was sentenced to two life terms plus thirty years after he pled guilty in June of 2010 to multiple sex charges involving young boys who had been under his care at Kanakuk.
According to sources, Bradberry may have been one of Newman's victims.
If convicted, Bradberry, who is being held on $100,000 bond, could face up to life in prison.