A Tampa Attorney "Exposed" at the Pinellas County Jail

Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri says Tampa attorney Andrew Spark had access to unmonitored areas of the jail, as all attorneys do, to privately meet with clients.  They can also bring laptops and other electronic devices. 

 And Gualtieri says that's exactly what Spark did.  

Problem is, Gualtieri says Spark didn't represent the female inmate he had sex with as part of a porn video enterprise of his.  Gualtieri says his office learned of Spark's visits and caught him "fully exposed".

Gualtieri says Spark is believed to have had sex with this inmate at least six times and has done this at other local jails.

Incidently, Spark worked for State Attorney General Pam Bondi, but quit in 2011 because he was being investigated by her office.

(Photo: Pinellas County Sheriff's Office)

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content