Who is A Jay Allee? A Texas Airbnb host secretly recorded over 2,000 videos of guests having sex

KENDALL COUNTY, TEXAS: An Airbnb cabin owner allegedly took more than 2,000 private videos and photos of his guests via a hidden camera disguised as a power adapter for a router. The invasive recording device was found in one of Airbnb host A Jay Allee’s remote Texas cabin bedrooms. The 54-year-old faces 15 counts of possessing images and videos of naked guests and having sex. The lawsuit charged him with invasion of privacy and intentionally inflicting emotional distress while his attorney claims he is innocent of all charges.

According to the arrest warrant affidavit, the recording device, which cost less than $130, was located by a couple staying at Comfort Retreat, in July 2021. The camera was apparently hidden for nine months at the time. where the couple rented the room. When the woman was taking a shower, the man spotted the charger facing the bed. Privacy invasion is a very serious crime. Last July, David Patrick Nims, a church youth director, was arrested after using a hidden camera to record children in the bathroom. In October 2021, Arthur Freydin, a New York boss, was caught filming his assistant in the bathroom, then had the audacity to blame his 10-year-old son and in January of this year, Justin C Julian, a Georgia school staff member was arrested after he hid a camera in the bathroom to monitor students.


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In the Texas Airbnb case, the renter then searched the cabin for anything unusual and looked for ways to locate devices hidden on the internet. The arrest warrant affidavit also claims the couple felt uncomfortable when Allee allegedly told them to watch the sunrise in their pajamas or naked.

Kendall County police investigated and uncovered evidence to support claims that he filmed his guests for at least a year. Police also found the recording device attached to the router and seized Allee’s laptops, phones and a tablet. In November last year, Kendall County police discovered more than 2,100 thumbnail images of men and women inside the cabin. The affidavit stated that some of them were naked, partially undressed and engaged in sexual conduct.

Bianca Zuniga-Goldwater, the lawyer representing 17 victims who stayed in the cabin, said: “It’s a real horror movie.” Nico LaHood, a member of Allee’s defense team, claims that Allee maintains his innocence. “He is looking forward to his day in court.”

Airbnb also took a stand and said, “On our platform, we strictly prohibit hidden cameras. This B&B owner’s reported criminal behavior is outrageous, and he and his property are banned from Airbnb. Our Law Enforcement Operations team worked to support the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office in their investigation.

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