Excelsior Springs Sex Dungeon Suspect Denies 'One-Sided' Narrative

Social media unfairly labeled him a serial killer before deets of his arrest. 

However . . . In fairness . . .

A note to judge reveals concern for his family and denial of stories that have already reached the New York Post and circulated around the world.

Here's part of his argument . . .

Court documents previously revealed that Haslett allegedly handcuffed the victim's wrist and ankles and held her in a small room in his basement.

The victim was wearing a trash bag, a metal collar with a padlock and duct tape around her neck, according to court documents.

In a letter to a judge, Haslett denied the allegations against him.

He said local and national news reports present a "one-sided narrative" and argues those reports should not be used as proof that he's a danger to anyone.

Haslett wrote his ex-wife and child were never in danger and would never be a target of any crime he allegedly committed.

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