ELKHORN—Two Lake Geneva brothers are accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting a boy they knew and making a girl they knew disrobe, according to a criminal complaint filed Tuesday in Walworth County Court.

Between 2011 and 2013, Brady Schoonover, now 22, and Tayler Schoonover, now 24, both of N1489 Hillside Road, Lake Geneva, sexually assaulted the boy when the brothers lived in Bloomfield, according to the complaint.

An officer from another jurisdiction gave Bloomfield police a recorded interview with the boy Nov. 22.

The boy told police Brady forced him into various sexual acts. After one incident, Brady told the boy he would be in “big trouble” if he told someone about it, according to the complaint.

Brady faces three counts of party to first-degree sexual assault of a child.

On two occasions, Tayler forced the boy to perform sexual acts, according to the complaint, and Tayler faces two counts of party to first-degree sexual assault of a child.

The boy told police Brady and Tayler showed him sexual videos and photos, leading to charges of party to causing a child younger than 13 to view or listen to sexual activity, according to the complaint.

On Dec. 1, a Bloomfield police officer spoke with a girl who told him that when she was 6 or 7 years old, Brady and Tayler told her to remove her clothes when they were all in a shed, according to the complaint.

Brady and Tayler are charged with party to child enticement and exposing genitals.

Arrest warrants for Brady and Tayler were issued Tuesday.

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