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RebelWolf fursuit by Christiee Anne Hochstine, photo by DragonScale.
David Ray Parker mugshot

RebelWolf, also known as ShadowStalker,[1]badbroncoboy79 and Rebel Coakes on Second Life (real name David Ray Parker,[2] born October 8, 1978,[3] in Conway, Arkansas, USA), was a fursuiter who lived in Hellertown, Pennsylvania.[3]


Rebel's name comes from where he was born, Conway, Arkansas, and also because he is a rebel (a Southern rebel)[4] at heart. His interests reflect this, enjoying anything with fast cars, big trucks, and motorcycles. RebelWolf was a mechanic at his own business, Down On All Four's automotive, and was studying computer programming on the side, learning code, until his arrest in 2016.

Fandom involvement[edit]

RebelWolf had a close connection to his wolf spirit, and a strong bond with nature.


RebelWolf's fursona is malamute/husky/wolf mix.


Rebel's first fursuit was a partial husky made by Squeakychewtoy, which debuted at Anthrocon 2008.[5] Another one of his suits, named Falstaff, was made by Magnus Diridian (who wore it to Anthrocon 2007), and was modeled after artist Jessica Willard-Addams' character, Falstaff.

His newest suit was made by Beastcub and debuted in 2011. Its name is Rapture, and it is a black and red crux.

Convention attendance[edit]

(*) Fursuit debut.


Main article: 2016/2017 child abuse arrests.

In June 2016, an associate of Parker, Jeffrey Allen Harvey, was arrested in Pennsylvania after attempting to arrange a sexual encounter with a person he believed to be a 13-year-old boy.[6] While in custody, Harvey told police he had met other individuals "interested in sexual contact with minors" online. This information led investigators to others, including Parker, 38, of Saylorsburg, who was arrested that same month after a preliminary view of his cell phone revealed several images of child pornography on it.[6]

While on custody, he was also accused of the sexual exploitation in 2010 of a child younger than 13 when he took a boy to the home of Kenneth C. Fenske (also known as LupineFox in the furry community) whereas the boy would be sexually raped by at least five men including Parker and Fenske.[7] Some of the men would wear fursuits. Parker's bail was set at $50,000 on the cell phone pornography charges, $250,000 on the June rape charge, and $500,000 on the 2010 charges while being held at the Monroe County jail.

Parker pleaded guilty to a count of child sex trafficking in August 2017, and faced a 30-year prison sentence.[8] He was ultimately sentenced to 30 years in federal prison in 2019.[9]


  1. ShadowStalker's profile on the Fursuit Database. Retrieved December 25, 2020.
  2. [Pa-furry] "cuddle room" post by David R. Parker/BadBroncoboy79 on the PA Furry mailing list. Retrieved December 25, 2020.
  3. 3.0 3.1 RebelWolf's profile on LiveJournal. Retrieved January 20, 2009.
  4. Confederate Southern Rebels flag on RebelWolf's icon on Instagram. Retrieved December 25, 2020.
  5. RebelWolf's profile on the Fursuit Database. Retrieved January 20, 2009.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Two charged in child sexual exploitation investigation - article on PAHomepage. Dated July 1, 2016. Retrieved February 3, 2017.
  7. Quakertown man charged as part of child sex ring in which he wore furry fox costume - article in The Morning Call. Dated January 20, 2017. Retrieved February 3, 2017.
  8. Monroe County man pleads guilty to federal sex trafficking charge in 'furry parties' case - article on The Morning Call. Dated August 10, 2017. Retrieved ?.
  9. CASE UPDATE: Former Luzerne County Child Predator Sentenced to 13 to 26 Years in Prison for Child Sexual Offenses page on the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General website. Retrieved December 25, 2020.

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