Florida attorney disbarred for making porn film in jail
TAMPA, Fla. – A Florida lawyer has been disbarred for using his attorney privileges to visit women in jail and record sexual encounters with them for a pornographic film, according to the Florida Supreme Court. The state's highest court last week disbarred Tampa attorney Andrew Spark retroactive to July 2019. According to a Florida Supreme Court notice, Spark abused his privilege to practice law. Spark, 58, has been on probation since 2019 after pleading guilty to charges of bringing contraband into county detention facilities. He already has finished a concurrent one-year probation for misdemeanor solicitation of prostitution, according to the Miami Herald.
Florida pastor sued over fake porn images aimed at young woman
BRADENTON, Fla. – A Florida pastor is being sued by a teenager who claims fake pornographic images of her were posted online from a computer in the pastor’s home. The Sarasota Herald-Tribune reports that the lawsuit is against Pastor Jason B. It claims the teenager, a high school student at the time, has suffered shame, embarrassment, emotional pain and suffering because of the incident. Authorities said they could not establish who actually posted the images on the computer in the pastor's house because multiple people had access to the internet address. Attorney Rebecca Brownell, who represents Lane and Skyway Community Chapel, declined to comment on the case.