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A Florida attorney has been disbarred for filming his own sexual encounter with at least one female inmate for the production of a pornographic video.
Before his Jan. 21 disbarment, Andrew Spark had already been suspended following his convictions for solicitation of prostitution and bringing contraband into county detention facilities, The Miami Herald reported.
Spark solicited sex inside attorney-client visitation rooms at two separate jail facilities in Florida, according to the summary of Florida Supreme Court’s ruling to disbar him that was provided in a press release by The Florida Bar.
The lawyer “abused his privilege to practice law,” the summary said.
Spark even drew up a modeling contract for inmates, where women would have to agree not to reveal his identity, according to a referee’s report obtained by Law&Crime.
In one instance, Spark paid a woman $10 after recording her give oral sex to him at the Falkenburg Road Jail in Hillsborough County, the reports said.