New evidence released in Orange County brothel bust

Authorities release graphic pictures, video in brothel bust

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - For the first time we are getting a closer look inside a brothel house busted in east Orange County, including more about how sex acts were recorded and a deeper look into the lives of the alleged prostitutes.

Authorities said acts of prostitution were recorded and pictures and videos of those sex acts were released Friday.

The clips of sex acts between prostitutes and their clients were too graphic to show.

It's the latest evidence just released by the state attorney's office after Mark Risner was busted accused of being the pimp behind the prostitution ring.

Police say Risner is accused of running a brothel out of his east Orange County home off Vincent Road.

Pictures just released show Risner with family and friends shuffled among pictures of the sex rooms which were monitored by Risner.

The evidence also includes pictures of the alleged prostitutes posing naked or in sex acts. Other family photos show the alleged prostitutes with their children at home.

A list of phone records and text messages were also released. Documents go into detail about how Risner arranged so-called dates with the prostitutes who worked for him.

This is the same suspected brothel that sparked a political firestorm for two local politicians. The names of republican representative Mike Horner and Maitland's former Vice-Mayor Phil Bonus surfaced on a list of clients.

Risner is scheduled to be back in court on Jan. 8.

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