A woman who answered a telephone call said she could not speak to the media and that the person who could would probably not want to.According to court documents filed in Court of Common Pleas of Chester County, Pennsylvania, the victim began taking ballet classes at the studio, located at 271 Lancaster Ave., in 2011.In December 2011, Sacharow ‘friended’ the fictitious teen on Facebook and began to send more frequent, sexual messages, offering to buy the teen a webcam and asking if she “would …be good or bad on cam.” During subsequent online chats in December 2011 and January 2012, Sacharow told the teen he wanted to teach her about sex and transmitted a live webcam video of himself exposing his genitals.
"You have to correct the body," Ellison said in an interview with The News Journal over the summer. It's part of the work."Ellison, who spoke to the newspaper shortly after Boitsov's first arrest, said he was having difficulty believing the allegations: "I just cannot believe because he is a top professional."According to the court document, Boitsov began touching the victim outside of costume changes."[The victim] said that Boitsov would invite [the teen] into his office and Boitsov would put his hand down [the teen's] pants and touch his/her genitals," the document said.
Sacharow ended the chat session by telling the fictitious teen that he could not “wait to watch [her] on cam” and that “no other boys or men can watch [her].” Sacharow was arrested and his residence was searched on January 25, 2012. Following the plea hearings in these two cases, United States Attorney Charles M.
Oberly, III stated: “Those who use the Internet to sexually exploit children either in person or online should expect to be convicted, jailed and branded as child sex offenders under federal law.” “Sexual predators are systematically abusing and endangering the welfare of our nation’s children by using the Internet to target innocent children for the purpose of engaging in statutory rape and the production of child pornography.” said John Kelleghan, special agent in charge of HSI in Philadelphia.
Two years ago, when the victim was about 15, Boitsov began touching his genitals during costume changes, court records said.
"[The victim] didn't think this was strange at the time because costumes are tight fitting and persons assisting can sometimes touch a dancer inadvertently," according to the document.
This continued until June of this year – the same month Delaware police began investigating allegations Boitsov had sexual contact with a 17-year-old boy at a Dover dance studio.