Lawyer disbarred for making porn film of himself having sex with inmates

Florida attorney pretended to represent female prisoners while paying them to let him record their illicit jail encounters.

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Andrew Spark
(Pinellas County Sheriff's Office)

A Florida lawyer has been disbarred for recording himself having sex in jail with female inmates to make a pornographic film, according to the state Supreme Court.

Andrew Spark, 58, solicited sex from incarcerated women to make a porn video he called “Girls in Jail” in exchange for putting money in their commissary accounts, authorities said.

The state Supreme Court ruled that Spark “abused his privilege to practice law” to gain access to private rooms in two separate jail facilities “for his own prurient and/or financial interests,” according to the Florida Bar’s latest monthly report of disciplined attorneys.

The newly disbarred lawyer is currently serving a five-year probation that ends in 2024, after pleading guilty to bringing contraband into detention facilities and solicitation of prostitution, the Miami Herald reported.

Spark was originally busted back in 2017 after a tip-off led investigators to wire the attorney-client room at the Pinellas County Jail for sound before bursting in to catch him in the act of exposing himself to an inmate.

He pretended to be representing the women in order to gain access to the special room, which was not equipped with recording devices and had only a small window on the door, authorities said.

The budding blue movie star would then film inmates performing oral sex on him while he blocked the window by standing at the door.

He also reportedly told jail officials that he had to bring a camera into the room so that he could represent his clients more efficiently.

Spark admitted three separate charges, although Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri suggested that he may have enacted the same scheme with multiple women in county jails across the Tampa Bay region and Central Florida.

“He duped the system because he came in there representing himself as a lawyer,” Gualtieri said at the time of the attorney’s arrest.

“There’s something that is sacrosanct about that lawyer-client relationship, and that’s why we give great consideration and, frankly, deference to it.”

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