Md. man's sex tape leads to conviction
A Hagerstown man who videotaped a sexual encounter without the woman's consent has been convicted for the audio portion of the recording.
Delonte Weaver, 36, pleaded guilty Wednesday to “interception of oral communications,” an offense linked to unauthorized recording of conversations. He was sentenced to three years' probation.
It is illegal in Maryland to record a conversation without both parties' consent.
Weaver was initially charged with surveillance of another person in a private place without consent, but a Washington County grand jury indicted him on the oral communications charge instead.
The victim told police she met Weaver at a bar and had sex with him at his home. Afterward, she noticed a video camera pointed at the bed.
-- The Herald-Mail
Washington Post Editors
March 11, 2010; 10:39 AM ET
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