Lawyer Disbarred After Making Porn Film With Inmates in Jail

Lawyer Disbarred After Making Porn Film With Inmates in Jail

A Florida lawyer has been disbarred for filming his personal sexual encounter with at the least one female inmate for the manufacturing of a pornographic video.

Earlier than his January 21st disbarment, Andrew Spark had already been suspended following his convictions for solicitation of prostitution and bringing contraband into county detention amenities, The Miami Herald reported.

Spark was arrested after he was caught “fully exposed” in a private room at the Pinnellas County Jail, according to the sheriff’s office.

The rooms where Spark chose to meet women for sex were not equipped with recording devices and only had a small window on the door. The aspiring porn star would then film the inmate performing oral sex on him while he blocked the small window by standing against the door, authorities said.

He would reportedly tell jail officials he needed to bring a camera into the room so he could be “efficient in the representation” of his clients.

In accordance with the abstract of Florida Supreme Courtroom’s ruling to disbar him that was provided in a press release by The Florida Bar. The lawyer “abused his privilege to observe legislation,” the abstract mentioned.

Spark even drew up a modeling contract for inmates, the place girls must agree to not reveal his identification, in accordance with a referee’s report obtained by Law&Crime.

In a single occasion, Spark paid a girl $10 after recording her give oral intercourse to him on the Falkenburg Highway Jail in Hillsborough County, the reviews mentioned.

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