A Tampa lawyer was caught “fully exposed” by Pinellas County Sheriff’s deputies Sunday as he allegedly attempted to film his latest inmate porn video entitled “Girls in Jail.”

Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri held a press conference Monday detailing how Andrew Spark, who turns 55 Tuesday, “duped the system” and brought his iPad in to the Clearwater, Florida, jail to record pornographic films showing himself engaging in sexual acts with female inmates who were not his clients, WTVT-TV reports. The Sheriff’s Office said they were tipped off last month about Spark filming sexual acts on video within the Pinellas County Jail and wired up a private attorney visitation room where he was literally caught by detectives with his pants down and his penis exposed on Sunday.

Spark, a former member of the state's Attorney General's office, was charged with soliciting for prostitution, exposure of sexual organs and possession of contraband in a county detention facility for allegedly bringing his iPad in to film the prison porn video with at least one female inmate.

Spark “abused” his attorney visitation rights and would stand in front of the door of the private inmate meeting rooms as he filmed both oral and vaginal sex on at least six occasions this year, Gualtieri said Monday. Screen Shot 2017-12-19 at 6 Antoinette Rose Napolitano was allegedly with Spark as he recorded the Pinellas County prison porn. Photo: Pinellas County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff Gualtieri said that Spark met with Antoinette Rose Napolitano, 28, on at least six occasions between June 2017 and his Sunday arrest. He allegedly “interviewed” Napolitano by asking about her sexual fantasies and recording her jail uniform and inmate ID before engaging in sexual acts. In November, fellow Pinellas County inmate, Shauna Boselli, 25, said Spark offered to deposit money into her inmate commissary account in exchange for oral sex recorded on videotape.

Boselli allegedly declined the Nov. 25 offer, but detectives later confirmed that Spark also met privately with Rose Napolitano on the exact same date. Deputies say the two successfully engaged in sexual intercourse inside the Pinellas County Jail on several occasions and they believe he has performed similar prison porn acts at other facilities in the area. Sheriff Gualtieri reiterated during the press conference on Monday that although neither woman was his client, he was able to manipulate the system and corrections officers into allowing him private time due to his attorney privileges.

The Tampa Bay Times reports that Boselli is currently serving a 40-year sentence for sexually assaulting her daughter while the 7-year-old's own father video recorded the federal crime. 

Gualtieri said the Tampa attorney at Spark Law Group is a former Assistant Attorney General who worked in Florida’s 13th Circuit from 2004-2011. Sparked reportedly did consumer protection and racketeering litigation during his time with the Florida attorney general’s office. 

According to the Florida Bar Association, Spark has no prior disciplinary history over the past decade and he is currently free after posting $5,300 bail Sunday night. Gualtieri said the investigation is ongoing and there may be additional charges filed as well as a review of the jail’s attorney, inmate visitation policies.