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Former Congressional Staffers Plead Guilty in Cyberstalking Case

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Virgin Islands Delegate Stacey Plaskett (Tom Williams/AP)

By    |   Tuesday, 23 January 2018 07:58 PM

Two former staff members pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges related to the circulation of nude images and a video of an elected representative to Congress and her husband, CNN reports.

Juan McCullum, 36, took private nude images from Virgin Islands Delegate Stacey Plaskett's cell phone and distributed them via email and posted them to a phony Facebook account. He pleaded guilty to two federal cyber-related charges and two offenses.

Dorene Browne-Louis, 45, another Plaskett staffer, pleaded guilty to one federal cyber charge and conspiracy to disclose sexual images.

"My family and I are thankful for the efforts of the United States Capitol Police and the United States Attorney's Office in holding accountable the individuals responsible for the violation of privacy perpetuated against my family and me," Plaskett said in a statement Tuesday.

"We have put this incident behind us and are grateful for those who worked to bring closure to this matter," she added.

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Two former staff members pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges related to the circulation of a video and nude images of an elected representative to Congress and her husband, CNN reports.
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