Man allegedly drugged and raped his daughter in first visit since she was given up for adoption as baby

Ronald Tobin Antinore, a 53-year-old man, was recently arrested in Florida following an alleged rape incident with his biological daughter, whom he had given up for adoption when she was an infant.

Court records show that Antinore has been charged with one count each of felony sexual battery, incest, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

The victim had been adopted as a baby, but eventually discovered the identity of her biological father and connected with him on social media. She subsequently traveled to Florida to meet him.

On the day of the alleged incident, Antinore and his biological daughter had reportedly been drinking alcoholic beverages throughout the day and then returned to a hotel room that Antinore had “secured” for the victim. Once they were in the room, they both allegedly took LSD, after which Antinore is said to have forced himself upon her. The victim managed to lock herself in the bathroom and called her boyfriend, who contacted the police.

When a security guard arrived at the room, Antinore fled the area. Following his arrest, he made “incriminating statements” about what had happened between him and the victim.

Antinore describes himself as a “professional wrestling manager” and a “bar consultant” and is currently being held in the Pinellas County Jail on bonds totaling $302,150.