More sickening allegations have been brought against disgraced NYPD Sergeant Alberto Randazzo, who was suspended without pay in 2013 on allegations that he not only possessed copious amounts of child porn, but instructed women to sexually abuse children, via Skype.

A woman from Massachusetts was arrested last Tuesday, having allegedly abused an eight-year-old boy during Skype video chats with Randazzo in 2011 and 2012, the News reports. According to court papers, Randazzo urged the woman to drug the child with NyQuil.

According to the Attleboro Sun Chronicle, the woman is one Jenny Lemay, 52, of Attleboro, who allegedly admitted to performing "simulated sexual intercourse" on the heavily-medicated boy, while Randazzo watched via Skype.

Randazzo, 38, was first arrested in February 2013, after 15 years on the force, on allegations that he had child pornography on his computer. At his arrangement later that month, prosecutors presented several pornographic videos found on Randazzo's computer, in which the ex-cop directed women, via Skype, to abuse babies in horrific ways.

The officer, who reportedly enjoyed a salary of $98,000-a-year, was suspended without pay that winter, and charged with using a child in a sexual performance, promoting the sexual performance by a child, and possession of a sexual performance by a child. Randazzo was initially released on bail (thanks to a generous $40,000 contribution from his mother and stepfather) but was promptly arrested again in February 2014, on charges that he had downloaded more child porn in the interim. He has been held without bail at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn ever since.

In October of 2014, a Colorado woman was arrested on charges that she "conspired" with Randazzo to abuse her one-year-old baby, back in 2010. Randazzo pled not-guilty at his indictment last fall.

If convicted, Randazzo faces up to fifteen years in prison on the Colorado charges. The News reports that Lemay is currently being held without bail in Boston, and will be extradited to Brooklyn. Her court date has not been set.