A woman in Tampa took her phone to a T-Mobile store for maintenance, and the employee who helped her went ahead and helped himself to a sex video that was on the phone. The video showed the customer "having sex with someone, her face clearly visible."
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Roberto Sanchez Ramos, the employee, emailed the video to himself. The customer discovered the email in her sent box the next day.
Here's his mug shot, because stealing someone's sex tape is illegal and it will get you sent to jail. Not for long, though. Ramos was sentenced for six months but didn't spend that long in the clink.
It turns out that when Ramos was hired at the T-Mobile store where the sex tape theft went down, he was on probation "for scheming to defraud another T-Mobile store in 2016." The customer is suing T-Mobile and Ramos "for negligence and the incident naturally caused her emotional distress and mental anguish"