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Convicted Landlord May Face 4 Years in Prison for Having Gay Sex in Tenants’ Bed

A landlord was caught having sex with another man in his tenants’ bed. Afterwards, his partner wiped his penis on the tenants’ wedding dress.

Carlos Quijada-Lara was filmed breaking in to the $1,100-a-month apartment of married couple Logan Pierce and Mikaela DiGiulio in Colorado Springs last November.

Quijada-Lara activated the motion-detection camera when he entered the bedroom with the other man, sending an alert to Pierce’s phone. He then checked his live video feed and saw them having sex on their bed.

“I got a notification from one of the cameras on lunch the other day that it detected noise and it was strange because both of us work all day everyday,” he told KKTV at the time.

Pierce said they engaged in oral and anal sex for around six minutes before footage showed Quijada-Lara’s partner wiping his penis on their wedding dress. Meanwhile, Quijada-Lara used another garment to wipe up those pesky lube stains on the sheets.

“I opened up the camera and kind of had to like quit the program and like restart it again because I didn’t really believe what I saw,” said Pierce.

Screenshot from video footage.

Quijada-Lara was unaware that the couple had installed a surveillance camera in their bedroom which recorded the romp.

“It was like a total violation of privacy. Just to have somebody to come in unannounced is enough, but … then go forth with sleeping with somebody on your bed while you’re not there. It was scary,” Pierce explained.

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39-year-old Quijada-Lara pleaded guilty to felony trespassing in a deal with prosecutors. He is due to be sentenced on September 22.

The maximum sentence for first degree felony trespassing in Colorado is four years imprisonment and $100,000.

The couple have now moved of the apartment and lost the wedding the dress.

“To see how upset she immediately got because she was the one that realized that’s what that was,” Pierce said. “They just threw it back and now that’s gone because the authorities took it for DNA evidence.”