Former Reality Star Arrested For Posting Nudes of Congressional Office Member

Published On July 23, 2017 | By patrice | The latest posts

One former congressional staff member has since been indicted just this past Thursday after allegedly spreading embarrassing nude photos via the internet of his lawmaker boss, the Delegate to Congress from the US Virgin Islands.

According to several court documents, Juan McCullum took “private, nude images and videos” from the cellphone of Del. Stacey Plaskett in March of 2016 after offering to “assist (the delegate) in repairing her malfunctioning, password-protected cellular phone by taking her iPhone to a local Apple store.”

That July, an indictment alleged that McCullum took out the time to create a fake email account and sent out approximately 10 messages with one or more of the images attached to each email. They were all sent to members of the media, several other politicians and even people that were close to Plaskett. He’d also posted the images to a phony Facebook page, according to the indictment.

McCullum, 35, found himself being charged with two counts of cyberstalking, as well as another staffer, Dorene Browne-Louis, who is also facing counts of obstruction of justice for allegedly attempting to mislead law enforcement during their case. She’d also tampered with evidence by deleting text messages from McCullum, according to the indictment documents that were filed.

In a recent statement, Plaskett showed appreciation to the officers during their investigation on her behalf, saying that she was “deeply grateful to the Capitol Police and US Attorney for the District of Columbia for their thorough and in depth investigating of the crimes committed against me and those who I love.”

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“While we continue to be saddened by the damage we suffered as a result of those egregious acts, my family is also incredibly thankful to the people of the Virgin Islands, who have shown us tremendous care, sensitivity and love throughout this ordeal,” Plaskett said.

We are so happy that justice was served and hopeful that this doesn’t happen again.

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