A New Hampshire man has been found guilty of breaking into OnlyFans creator’s home and recording her.
Mauricio Guerrero was arrested last year after a woman woke up with him standing in the doorway.
After meeting on OnlyFans, Ms. Guerrero stalked her for months, driving 350 miles to her mother’s house.
21 year old male Who broke into the OnlyFans creator’s atticwhich he hid in her house and secretly recorded while she slept, was convicted of several charges after a trial in New Hampshire.
A jury in Strafford County, New Hampshire, found Mauricio Damian Guerrero guilty of burglary and invasion of privacy on Tuesday. According to the Foster’s Daily Democrat.
According to police, a 25-year-old unnamed woman and her mother woke up in the early hours of February 9, 2022 to someone standing in their front door and called police. affidavit Submitted last year.
Guerrero told jurors on Monday that he “wanted to be stalked” and believed the two were romantically involved. By WMUR9, New Hampshire.
One felony carries a sentence of seven and a half to 15 years and the other three and a half to seven years, according to the Daily Democrat. I don’t know.
Police said last year they raided the woman’s home and found a man, later identified as Guerrero, on the roof.
When police searched the man’s phone, they found a video of the woman sleeping naked in his bed, which he said had been filmed without his knowledge.
The woman told police she believed Guerrero had been in the attic for some time after finding half-eaten food, AirPods and a cup of urine. Later, police also found a Bluetooth tracking device left by Guerrero.
Guerrero, who was arrested and questioned by police, admitted to breaking into the woman’s home without permission and taking her underwear. He said he had planned to attach a tracking device to her vehicle.
During the trial, it was revealed that Mr. Guerrero had been stalking him for months after sending his address for the purpose of sending gifts. Lawyers said the two had consensual sex once before Guerrero began stalking him, according to a Daily Democrat report.
According to the Daily Democrat, Guerrero ended up traveling 350 miles from Pennsylvania, stalking the woman first in her apartment and then in her mother’s house where she had moved.
According to the Daily Democrat, defense attorney Harry Starbranch claimed Guerrero was manipulated by a woman into believing the two were in a legal relationship.
In an affidavit, the woman said she felt compelled to be nice to him and at one point asked him to let him in for two hours and then leave.
A lawyer for Guerrero did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment.
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