Florida Lawyer is caught paying inmates to make explicit videos while in jail.
Attorney's in Florida and other states get special treatment when it comes to representing their clients in jail and discussing the case.Most the time they are left alone with the clients they are representing in a private room so they can talk about their trials and testimony's before they take stand in the court room, but one Florida Lawyer has taken that privilege and abused it. Andre Spark, Age 54, is being charged with felony charge of introduction or possession of contraband in a county detention facility and misdemeanor charges of solicitation for prostitution and exposure of sexual organs, according to arrest reports obtained by the Tampa Bay Times. Andre was caught having sexual relations with a female inmate while in a private room of a jail. Authorities busted into the room and caught the man with his pants down before they started shooting the video.
Spark took video footage of the women on his Ipad which was allowed in the jail because he was a lawyer. He did not have any ties or did not represent most the girls he was going to visit. Andrew Spark is also being accused of soliciting sex from another jailed woman as well.He would put money on the womens He commissary account in exchange for sex and told her he was filming the sex acts for a porn video called "Girls in Jail." It is believed that the Lawyer met with multiple women in multiple jail facilities and was going about this for months. Police are investigating further too see if Sparks's uploaded the video to any Explicit video sites but none has been found. Authorities say the women were not given much money , maybe 30 to $40 tops.
Under Florida law, it is a criminal offense to knowingly introduce contraband- including drugs, weapons, and other prohibited items- into a county detention facility or jail. Introduction of contraband is classified as a third degree felony, with penalties that may include additional jail time or prison.In Florida, Introduction of Contraband into a Detention Facility is classified as a third degree felony, with penalties of up to five years in prison or five years probation, and a $5,000 fine.Florida state laws increase the penalties for prostitution offenses when the defendant has prior convictions for prostitution. A first offense may be charged as a second degree misdemeanor, which can result in a term of imprisonment for up to 60 days, a fine in an amount up to $500, or both. The state charges a second offense as a first degree misdemeanor, which can result in a term of imprisonment for up to one year, a fine in an amount up to $1,000, or both.