Call girl who SECRETLY filmed her client and sent a video of the couple having sex to his fiancé faces court

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A sex worker who secretly filmed a client during sex and sent the video to his fiancée later stalked him when he wouldn’t return her calls.

Brooke Ariel Grace Baker, from Sydney’s west, sent the client 244 texts and made 87 calls to his phone in one evening despite the victim not replying once.

The 31-year-old later appeared next to the man’s car when he was stopped at an intersection on his way to work, got inside and refused to leave until he threatened to drive to a police station, news.com.au reports.

Baker this week pleaded guilty to stalk or intimidate with the intent to cause fear of physical or mental harm, use carriage service to harass or offence and contravene an apprehended violence order (DV) in Penrith Local Court.

She was previously in December found guilty of two counts of intentionally record an intimate image without consent, despite not showing up to court.

Agreed facts state the pair met in 2018 via the website Escorts and Babes, where Baker went by the name Amelia, and arranged a meeting at Meriton Suites in Parramatta.

The pair had consensual sex but Baker recorded a video of the man performing oral sex on her without his knowledge.

When the man stopped using Baker’s services, she contacted both him and his fiancée telling the pair she was pregnant.

She then emailed the illegally recorded video to the man’s fiancée.

After being found guilty of recording the video an AVO was issued preventing her from contacting him.

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But months later she spotted him stopped at traffic lights at an intersection and got into his car where the pair argued.

The man had to continue driving the car in traffic and she only left after he told her he was driving to a police station.

The next day she sent the 244 texts and made the 87 calls during a five hour window, prompting the man to call police.

On Tuesday magistrate Bree Chisolm adjourned Baker’s case so that a sentencing assessment report could be done.

She was released on bail and will return to court on October 24.

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