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Kayelee Gates, A Texas couple is suing a Maryland man after he allegedly filmed them with hidden cameras while they had sex in the bathroom of his home they had rented from him on Airbnb.
Kayelee Gates and her fiancé de ella, Christian Capraro, had made a 23-hour drive to Silver Spring, Maryland, to spend two nights in a house in August 2022 when, to their terror, they found the hidden cameras.
During their first night, the couple had been “intimate while in the shared bathroom” before they “laid down on the bed, put a movie on, and began to relax,” according to court documents obtained by Fox 5 DC.
While lying in bed, Capraro, who installs smoke detectors for a living room, became suspicious after they noticed that the room had two smoke detectors—one above the bed in the middle of the ceiling and another in the corner.
Capraro found a hidden camera in the detector above the bed, according to the lawsuit.
An identical hidden camera was found in the bathroom.
The pair decided to leave immediately.
Kayelee Gates’s age is unknown.
Couple Suing Airbnb Owner Hidden Camera in Bathroom Filmed Them Having Sex
Capraro pulled out the hidden camera from the bedroom and they went to a hotel to call the Montgomery County Police Department.
Gates said she felt “embarrassment, humiliation, disgrace and loss of dignity” from the incident.
“I definitely have had many cry sessions about it,” Gates told Fox 5 DC. “Like, I can feel my heart start beating really heavy and fluttery whenever I start thinking about a situation. Whenever I start thinking about the situation — I get a little shaky even talking about it.”
When police responded to the home, they found an additional hidden camera disguised as a smoke detector in the basement where another guest had been staying.
The couple’s attorney, Dan Whitney Jr., said their worst fear is not knowing where the recording could have gone, likening it to opening Pandora’s box.
“Once that box is open, once that recording is made, it’s impossible to know where it went, who sent it, has it been shared, has it gone on the internet?” he told the outlet.
Christopher J. Goisse, a licensed psychiatric nurse practitioner in Maryland, owns and rented the property to the couple.
Goisse was staying in the master bedroom of the home when police arrived, according to the suit.
He originally consented to police searching the house but refused to let officers into the bedroom of his twin brother, Larry Goisse, who was also staying in the home.
Christopher led the police to believe that his brother was not home at the time.
But cops soon realized that he was, in fact, in the bedroom. The brother “eventually emerged, presumably after taking the time to destroy evidence,” the suit claims.
In Larry’s room, cops found a locked safe and the brother refused to give them the code to open it.
Police returned later that day with a search warrant and opened the safe to discover “multiple hidden cameras, including but not limited to the hidden camera smoke detectors removed from the bathroom.”
Larry Goisse is currently behind bars for a separate incident.
He pleaded guilty on October 4, 2022, to federal charges of drug diversion and health care fraud, the lawsuit says.
At his sentencing of him, his lawyer reportedly described Larry Goisse as having a methamphetamine addiction and mental illness.
“It gives me the heebie jeebies not knowing if someone looks at me weird if there’s a potential they have seen it. That always lurks in the back of my head every time I meet somebody,” Gates told Fox 5 DC.
The couple is seeking more than $75,000 in damages for the stress and strain that the invasion of privacy has caused them. Christopher Goisse has 30 days to respond to the lawsuit.
He has previously denied any wrongdoing, telling the outlet he believed there was a “possibility” the guests may have planted the devices.