Burbank Couple Accused of Secretly Videotaping Man's Sex Encounter

The alleged victim admitted the sex was consensual after an arranged date, but during the encounter he realized he was being videotaped, police say

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    Burbank police are searching for victims of a couple accused of luring men into their home via the Internet to allegedly secretly videotape them having sex with the woman. Gadi Schwartz reports for the NBC4 News at 11 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014. (Published Tuesday, Jan 28, 2014)

    Police are searching for more victims of a Southern California couple accused of inviting men into their home via dating websites to secretly videotape them having sex with the woman, Burbank police said Tuesday.

    Erica Beck, 26, and Curtis Beck, 40, were arrested Jan. 24 in connection with the alleged videotaped encounters, according to the Burbank Police Department.

    The couple allegedly used a dating website to arrange a meeting between Erica and a 37-year-old man, who told police in December that he was a victim of illegal videotaping, said Burbank Police Sgt. Darin Ryburn.

    The man told investigators the pair went on a date and later went to Erica's home to have sex, police said. He admitted the sex was consensual, but during the encounter he realized he was being videotaped by Curtis, police said.

    Police released the photos of the suspects with the hope of having more victims come forward, police said.

    Anyone who thinks they have been victimized should call Burbank police Detective Chuck Howell at 818-238-3247.

    The Becks were booked and released, and are due back in court Feb. 24.

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