Detectives say Employee at Assisted Living Facility Recorded Two Residents Having Sex and Posted it Online

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Detectives from the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, assigned to the Crimes Against Persons Unit, have arrested an employee of an assisted living facility.  They allege that 20 year-old Alexis Gloria Rebecca Williams recorded two adult residents having sexual relations without their knowledge, and posted the video on social media.

This occurred at the Bristol Court Assisted Living Facility which is located at 3479 54th Avenue N in unincorporated St. Petersburg.

According to detectives, on August 5, 2016, deputies were called to ALF regarding a report that an employee video recorded two adult residents having sexual relations at the facility.

Detectives say that an unidentified citizen saw the video on a social media website and contacted the Bristol Court Assisted Living Facility, informing staff of the sexually explicit video.

With the assistance of the staff at the assisted living facility, detectives identified Williams as the suspect where she was employed as a medical assistant.

Through various investigative techniques, detectives determined that on August 1, 2016, Williams was working at the facility when she secretly recorded the victims, an 81-year-old female resident and a 59-year-old male resident, having consensual sexual relations in a private room at the assisted living facility. Williams then posted the explicit video on the social media website Snapchat.

Detectives say that the staff at the Bristol Court Assisted Living Facility took immediate administrative action and terminated Williams.

On March 22, 2017, detectives interviewed Williams at her residence located in the 1700 block of 54th Terrace South, in St. Petersburg.

Detective say that Williams admitted to the allegations.

Williams was arrested and transported to the Pinellas County Jail without incident.

Williams was charged with one count of video voyeurism and one count of video voyeurism dissemination.

The investigation continues.

Note: Medical assistants in Florida are not required to possess a certification, registration or license to work as a medical assistant.

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