A couple are accused of making pornographic videos involving the woman at various Eau Claire businesses and selling the videos to adult websites.

Amy L. Lew, 19, address unknown, and Erio S. Oliver, 27, 2417 Golf Road, are each charged in Eau Claire County Court with two misdemeanor counts of lewd and lascivious behavior and three misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct.

Oliver is being held in the Eau Claire County Jail on a $20,000 cash bail.

As conditions of bail, Oliver cannot have contact with Lew, the victims in the videos or the stores where the videos were shot. He also cannot have any access to the internet, smartphones, laptops or iPhones.

A warrant was issued for Lew’s arrest.

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 various Eau Claire businesses while customers, who did not know what was happening, were seen in the background.

Police were able to identify Lew and Oliver as suspects through the 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 that she and Oliver are engaged. She admitted that 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 that they both received payment for the videos.

Lew was ordered to appear in court in May 2015 but didn’t show up. Attempts by police to locate her were unsuccessful.

Oliver was located by police in Florida and extradited to Eau Claire County this year for felony child pornography charges.

Contact: 715-833-9207, dan.holtz@ecpc.com