Darazs is prohibited from having contact with the alleged victim and her family, the judge ruled. Darazs must be supervised in the company of any children under 16 years old, including his own children.
As ordered, Darazs surrendered his passport to the court clerk. He has prior convictions for breach of peace in 2002, interfering with police and third-degree larceny in 2001 and petty theft in 1998 in California.
"This is not the greatest case," Solak said. "He has a family, children of his own and wants to get this over with."
Solak said his client is a good father and good provider and pays child support.
Darazs' ex-wife told a Litchfield Superior Court judge a different story in November when she demanded custody of their two children that was previously shared and amicable. Jennifer Surdam Darazs reported to the court of "possible inappropriate conduct between father and son", according to court documents.
She also accused Darazs of not allowing her to visit with her son and not providing proper medical care for the child. Limited contact and an investigation into the inappropriate contact was requested by the mother's attorney, the family case said.
The couple shared custody and visitation according to an April 2007 agreement.
The court granted Jennifer Surdam Darazs, of Torrington, sole custody on Monday after she told the judge she knew Darazs was going to be charged in the sex assault and that his picture was in the newspaper. Judge John W. Pickard set a hearing for Aug. 25.