Kevin Tomafsky Wiki – Kevin Tomafsky Biography
Kevin Tomafsky, 41, was indicted in July and arrested on Aug. 15 after being charged along with the alleged victim’s father. Tomafsky was a longtime Republican campaign worker in the Garden State when Christie hired him to work in his office in 2010. He also served as campaign manager for former Congressman Frank LoBiondo and held a position in the state labor department until he resigned on Friday. Tomafsky has been charged with engaging in sexual conduct with a child, conspiracy to endanger the welfare of a child, allowing a child to engage in pornography and procession of child pornography. Christie’s former assistant is currently being held at the Salem County Correctional Facility in Mannington, according to the New Jersey Globe. A Gloucester County prosecutor has been investigating Tomafsky after Snapchat alerted the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children about a child pornography incident.
Kevin Tomafsky is 41 years old.
Tomafsky allegedly received a photo of a child being forced to perform oral s*x by an adult, according to court records after prosecutors were able to obtain Snapchat records through a court order. A State Superior Court judge authorized a search warrant for the home in Sewell Township where Tomafsky lives with his mother, executed Dec. 14. The investigation found just under 1,000 items of what was described as child sexual abuse material. The other man charged in the case, believed to be the victim’s father, was charged with six disturbing criminal counts, including “knowingly committing the act of sexual penetration on a six-year-old child and photographing a child engaging in a sexual act.”
Tomafsky worked in the scheduling office during the end of Christie’s first term as governor of New Jersey. “I am 100 percent on team Christie and want to make sure I do everything I can to serve you in the best way possible,” Tomafsky said in an email, according to the Globe. Tomafsky would manage Christie’s surrogate appearances at various events. On Christie’s recommendation, he was hired by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which manages transit between neighboring states, as a government and community relations representative. He later worked on several Republican campaigns for the state legislature, in addition to endorsing LoBiondi’s congressional candidacies. According to his Facebook page, he had worked in the state of New Jersey since 2016, when Christie was serving her second term. The page said he had left that job in 2019, but he was still listed in the state employee directory as of Friday.