Florida Lawyer Is Disbarred After He's Caught Making Porn Videos In Prison With At Least Two Inmates

Posted by Abdul Rafay in News On 5th February 2021
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Legal counsellor Andrew Spark, 58, requested sex inside lawyer-customer appearance rooms. It was reported a week ago that he has been formally disbarred for his conduct. In 2017, he was caught with his jeans unzipped in a room with a female detainee. He additionally requested sex from a lady imprisoned for explicitly attacking a seven-year-old.

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For recording a sexual encounter with at least one female convict for the creation of a pornographic movie, an advocate in Florida was disqualified.

Andrew Spark, 58, demanded sex in two different Florida prison facilities within attorney-client visiting rooms, a statement from the Florida Bar said on January 28.

'Spark video recorded these encounters to create an adult pornographic film for his own prurient and/or financial interest,' the release said.

Credit: Pine llas County Sheriff's Office
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The prosecutor has been on probation since February 8, 2019, after pleaded guilty to three different claims, and will do so until February 7, 2024.

The summary of the decision by the Florida Supreme Court to disbar Spark claimed that he was disbarred on January 21, after his sentences had already been suspended.

'Spark abused his privilege to practice law and used his law license to engage in deception with the intent to access private rooms provided to attorneys in two separate jail facilities to solicit prostitution,' the release said.

Credit: Hills borough County's Sheriff's Office
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After being found in the act of soliciting sex from 28-year-old Pinellas County Jail prisoner Antoinette Rose Napolitano, the former prosecutor was first indicted in 2017.

Spark will take advantage of the women's Pinellas and Hillsborough county jails, according to the uncontested report of the case referee.

Police said he had a deal with the drug suspect at the time: if she had sex with him in the attorney-client conference room, he would put $30 to $40 in her commissary account. He would then reportedly upload footage on the internet of their attempts.

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Another woman in prison was also associated with Spark. Sheriff Bob Gualtieri of Pinellas County said in 2017 that the prosecutor had claimed to be the legal counsel of another woman who was accused of sexually assaulting a seven-year-old.

Spark contacted Shauna Boselli two days before she was sentenced to 40 years in Federal Jail, according to Law & Crime, asking her for sex on camera in exchange for cash. Whilst she declined, in the future, she was open to it.

Gualtieri said that two years ago, at a pornography convention in Tampa, the lawyer had met Boselli and her co-defendant partner, with Spark wanting to shoot videos with the woman, however, the sheriff said, they could not agree on a price.

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Spark allegedly revealed his Florida Bar id to chat with her in November 2017, saying he was representing her.

'He duped the system because he shouldn't have access to her,' Gualtieri said. 'He wasn't her lawyer; he wasn't representing her. But as an attorney, he's given the courtesy of going into the jail to meet with clients.' 

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Spark told Boselli that he was making a series of pornographic videos in which he was given oral sex by female inmates and that he had already done this with others, boasting that another inmate named 'Rose' had done so.

Boselli went on to warn family members what Spark had said, who told law enforcement officials in turn. Investigators discovered that, previous to her conviction on opioid charges, Spark had done some pro-bono work for Antoinette Rose Napolitano. Gualtieri also said that after they met online, Spark was a sexual client of Napolitano's.

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In October 2017, discovering that Spark had met Napolitano, the police were able to persuade her to be an undercover spy for them, setting a trap to capture him.

On December 17, 2017, when Spark returned to prison, he used his Florida Bar ID and attorney rights again to take her to the lawyer-client room, anticipating the normal agreement to take place.

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However,  'Law enforcement then entered the room and arrested [Spark], who had his zipper down,' the referee's report said.

Investigating officers used a warrant to search his electronic devices following his arrest, where they discovered images of a prisoner at the Falkenburg Road Jail in Hillsborough County. His tablet was also allegedly used to film Napolitano giving him oral sex.

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