A college recruiter on probation for posting pictures of his nude wife on the Internet and inviting strangers to join her in a rape fantasy is under arrest again -- on the same charges.
The Queens man was taken into custody by state police in Chambersburg, Pa., where he had checked into an inn. Pennsylvania authorities were alerted by the Queens district attorney's office, which monitored his activities.
Thomas Gillen was first arrested in 2006, when authorities say he pretended to be his wife while posting her nude photos and soliciting men to join her in the fantasy. Several men showed up at the estranged wife's job.
Gillen pleaded guilty to felony identify theft and was sentenced to five years' probation. He now faces up to four years in prison if convicted.