A woman who chooses to remain unnamed had a Tinder date go terribly, terribly wrong. She met a man who was named “Jan” on Tinder. As she went upstairs and began having sex with him, she noticed someone filming them, without her consent. As she got up to leave, she found something awful – her shoes were filled with excrement.
She called the police and police formally charged 82nd Airborne Soldier Jeffrey Creech with illegal possession, and a charge of obstruction of justice. Creech deleted the video rather than handing it in to be investigated.
Creech allegedly filmed their sexual encounter and also sent it to some friends, via Snapchat.
The Daily Caller reports:
The female victim met her partner on the popular dating app Tinder and attended the same party as Creech, according to the report. The soldier then allegedly filmed the event and shared the images with a number of friends via Snapchat.
The woman realized that the couple was being filmed and confronted Creech with the fact that neither party in the film consented to his alleged recording, only to then discover that someone in the room had left excrement in her boots during the encounter.
Creech allegedly deleted the video from his phone during the course of the police investigation, resulting in the obstruction of justice charge. He was originally jailed with a $2,500 bond, but he’s made bail and is now free, according to the local police department.
The announcement comes months after a widespread scandal with soldiers in the Marine Corps in which soldiers shared pictures of female soldiers through a secret Facebook Group called “Marined United 3.0,” according to a report from The Daily Beast.