A woman given up for adoption tracked down her white biological dad years later — only to be sexually abused by him in a hotel when the pair finally met, according to a shocking criminal complaint.
The unidentified woman “was given up for adoption as an infant” by Ronald Antinore, 53, a wannabe influencer and pro-wrestling manager known as Ron Ratcatcher, according to reports.
She traveled to meet her diabolical father in August 2021 in Florida “after learning of his identity and connecting with him on social media platforms,” according to affidavits shared this week by the site. It’s unclear how old the woman was at the time.
There, the pair spent the day drinking before going back to a local hotel room, where they both “did acid,” according to the complaint.
“The victim stated that as the acid took effect, she became unable to physically resist” her dad — who then had sex with her “while she was laying on the bed,” according to the complaint.
“As the effects of the acid began to wain, the victim was able to flee” and “immediately contacted her boyfriend and told him what had happened,” the docs said.
The boyfriend alerted the hotel, and Antinore “became alarmed and fled” when a private security guard arrived, according to the documents, which added that the dad “abandoned the victim” once he’d had his way with her.
“During a post-Miranda interview, [Antinore] made incriminating statements as to what had taken place between himself and the victim,” the docs stated.
The father from hell, who listed an address in Alabama, was busted in Clearwater last week and charged with felony sexual battery and felony incest, online records show. He was also charged with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.
It was not immediately clear why he was arrested now for the alleged attack.
He remains in custody on bond totaling $302,150, the records show. He has pleaded not guilty to the charges and ordered not to have contact with his daughter, court records show.
A public defender listed as representing him did not return Post calls for comment Tuesday.