DISTURBING footage from Jesse McFadden’s home shows restraints, sex toys and more where the convicted sex offender fatally shot his family.
On May 1, McFadden and six others were found dead at his remote farmhouse in Henryetta, Oklahoma — about 50 miles south of Tulsa.
Police have said McFadden, 39, murdered his wife Holly Guess, 35, their three children and two of their teenage friends.
The victims were identified as Rylee Elizabeth Allen, 17; Michael James Mayo, 15, Tiffany Dore Guess, 13, and missing teenagers Ivy Webster, 14, and Brittany Brewer, 16.
All of the victims’ bodies were found outside the home on the property, but investigators have suggested the remains may have been staged, according to KOKI-TV.
Newly released footage from KFOR shows the inside of McFadden’s home and reveals a disturbing living situation.
The outlet found several beds with restraints throughout the home, as well as various sex toys.
The video also reveals various drug paraphernalia and evidence apparently left behind by law enforcement, including the victims’ cellphones and two laptops.
KFOR has since reported that all of the evidence they observed was collected by investigators. However, it remains unclear why they were previously left in the apartment.
Justin Webster, the father of victim Ivy, also reportedly visited the property to review evidence left behind, according to the Daily Mail.
During one of his visits to the property, Webster claimed he found a receipt for padlocks attached to shackles around the house, which allegedly showed McFadden bought them just days before the murders.
Webster also claimed to have found a bloody wet wipe, five other phones and additional drug paraphernalia, according to the Daily Mail.
WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT MCFADDEN
McFadden previously served 17 years in prison for raping victim Krystle Strong.
On Monday he had to answer in court for child pornography.
McFadden married Guess in an Okmulgee courtroom on May 26, 2022, according to a marriage certificate obtained by The US Sun.
However, Guess’ family was unaware of the wedding until just a few months ago.
“We were told they got married on Christmas Eve,” Guess’ sister Heather told The US Sun.
“We just found out yesterday that’s not true [Tuesday]. No one in my family knew the wedding was taking place.
“They had a wedding cake at our Christmas party. I’m not sure how or when they met. I think they moved in together in early 2021,” Heather added.
Police said each victim was shot one to three times at the time of his death last week.
They also pointed out that the victims appeared to have run away from the shooter.
McFadden was found with self-inflicted gunshot wounds.
Heather has said that she and her family chose not to see the bodies of her sister, nieces and nephews.
“We didn’t need to see their bodies, they identified them from dental records. I wouldn’t have the heart to see her like that,” she said.
“I want to remember her as I knew her: lively and happy and smiling.”
She previously said the family was “broken” and “devastated” by the deaths.
“We know they were all shot in the head and I’m just grateful it was quick and they didn’t have to suffer,” Heather said.