So im having sex with significant other who is renting a room in a house from someone else. When i see a gopro light on. The camera was located under some x-mas decorations. Didnt say anything at the moment. Afterword i leave the room and knocked on the front door. No answer. I look through the window and who do i see? none other than the owners girl watching the recording on her boyfriends cell. I guess they set it up in the room so they she could sit on the couch and enjoy. I have very little evidence other than what i saw and i was able to get the owner to say he has a gopro and that he can set it up to watch on cell phone. I feel violated to the core. I dont know if they've shown it to anyone else or if they have uploaded it to the internet. I live in the state of FL, what can i do ?
The bigger question is why didn't you say anything at the moment. Are you sure the video they were watching was you? Did you actually see a camera? You can call the police but it would indeed be difficult to prove unless they shared it or unless the police can get a warrant to search the phone. If it happens again call the police as soon as you see the camera. You can sue them but again it is a matter of can you prove it. You at least should talk to a civil lawyer.
Contact your local sheriffs department or police agency and request to speak with a detective in the sex crimes division. If they balk at speaking with you, which they shouldn't, be sure to insist you want to file a report. Even though you have a lack of evidence, you never know. All it takes is one of them to admit it.
You may also have a civil suit and you would need to consult with a civil attorney, such as a personal injury attorney,
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