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Soldier faces additional charges in secret video recordings case


A Fort Bragg soldier arrested in March and accused of recording himself having sexual intercourse with women without their knowledge then posting the videos on a website faces additional charges after four more alleged victims came forward, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday in a news release. 

Andrew Nathaniel Gomez, 25, faces multiple felony counts, including disclosure of private images, secret peeping, first-degree sexual exploitation of a minor, second-degree sexual exploitation of a minor, and third-degree sexual exploitation of a minor.

He was processed in the Cumberland County Detention Center on a $130,000 secured bond. His first appearance in court was  scheduled Tuesday, the release said.

Gomez was arrested by Cumberland County sheriff's deputies on March 21 and charged with  six counts of violations of the secret peeping statute when he recorded himself having sexual intercourse with women without their knowledge or consent, then posted those videos to a website, the release said.

Anyone with information about the case should contact Detective K. Hamlett at 910-677-5450 or khamlett@ccsonc.org.

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