Couple was ‘spied on having sex in hotel room and found broken peephole, facemark and handprints on door’ – The Sun

A COUPLE was spied on while having sex in their hotel room – and even found the broken peephole, a facemark and handprints, a lawsuit claims.

Nathan and Christina Parks told TV station KDVR that the incident happened at a DoubleTree by Hilton in Denver last year.


Nathan Parks said he found the peephole on the floor outside his room when he opened the door in the morning.

“When I opened the door and I looked at it from the outside, I could tell that there was a smudge mark where somebody’s face and handprints were up on the door," he told the station.

"Clearly they were peeking into our room."

Added Christina: “They might’ve captured our intimate moments together or even us just being naked in the room,” she said.

The Texas couple just wanted "adult time and grown-up time away from their children," according to Christina.


"We were intimate with each other and enjoying a date night with each other, just feel humongously violating that somebody likely was witness to that and may have even taken video of that or photos we don’t know what’s out there,” she told the station.

The lawsuit alleges that the defendant "admitted that the room had recently been renovated" and that peephole "was not secured with Loctite glue."

"Defendant immediately fixed the peephole while Plaintiffs were completing their information for Defendant’s hotel security."

Colleen Calandra, the couple's lawyer, told the station that the hotel was removing evidence by having the door fixed.

Nathan and Christina were filing a police report at the time.

“Even more disturbing is that the hotel does not have cameras in the stairwell and so essentially anyone could be moving around the hotel through the stairways and be unseen,” the lawyer told KDVR.

The hotel said in a statement that it was "unable to substantiate" the allegations made by the couple that "they were followed back to their room or were inappropriately observed by a third party."

"Although the guests did not request police presence at the time and Denver PD officers did not visit the hotel to investigate this matter, we are happy to cooperate with any related police investigation.

"Given this is now a legal matter, we will reserve additional comment and look forward to an evidence-driven conversation in a court of law."

The lawsuit for invasion of privacy against DoubleTree by Hilton was filed Tuesday in Denver District Court.

 

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