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Woman gets jail over porn videos

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A 21-year-old woman accused of making pornographic videos at Eau Claire businesses has been sentenced to nine months in jail.

Eau Claire County Judge John Manydeeds on Monday also sentenced Amy L. Lew, N3115 Lew Road, Ladysmith, to one year of probation.

On June 12, a jury found Lew guilty of two counts of lewd and lascivious behavior, two counts of disorderly conduct and one count of defamation.

As conditions of probation, Lew cannot use the name of “Whitney Wisconsin” or any other porn alias, the internet or social media, Manydeeds said. She also cannot have a smartphone or phone with a camera or any contact with Starbucks, Oakwood Mall, Kwik Trip, her victims or co-defendant Erio S. Oliver. She must undergo a mental health assessment and follow through with any recommendations.

Lew’s record is to be expunged with successful completion of probation.

According to the criminal complaint:

Two types of pornographic videos were made by Lew and Oliver in March and April 2015.

One type of video involved the woman touching herself sexually, then asking unsuspecting males to smell the scent of her new “perfume.”

Police were alerted to this type of video when they received complaints from some of Lew’s male victims.

The second type of video involved Lew being involved in self-gratification at Eau Claire businesses while customers, who did not know what was happening, were seen in the background.

Police identified Lew and Oliver as suspects through adult websites and other online sources.

Lew was using the name of “Whitney Wisconsin” on the videos.

Lew was interviewed by police on April 10, 2015, after she was found at an Eau Claire hotel room Oliver was renting.

Lew told police she and Oliver are engaged. She admitted making the pornography was her idea. Oliver filmed her during the making of the videos.

Lew said Oliver took care of the custom video orders and they both received payment for the videos.

Oliver’s case is scheduled for a jury trial in November.

Contact: 715-830-5838, christena.obrien@ecpc.com, @CTOBrien on Twitter


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