Eau Claire (WQOW) - An Eau Claire woman accused of inappropriate behavior at some Eau Claire businesses was sentenced to jail time Monday.
Judge John Manydeeds gave Amy Lew nine months behind bars, even though prosecutors were only recommending community service.
Earlier this month, a jury found Lew guilty of five charges - including lewd and lascivious behavior.
In 2015, police started getting complaints that videos posted online showed Lew, using the name 'Whitney Wisconsin' performing sexually explicit acts in public places and businesses in Eau Claire.
Lew said her fiancé Erio Oliver recorded the videos and they sold them online.
Oliver is due back in court in October in this case. He also faces 20 counts of possessing child porn in a separate case.
Posted June 13, 2018
Eau Claire (WQOW) -- The verdicts are in for an Eau Claire woman accused of inappropriate behavior at some Eau Claire businesses.
A jury found Amy Lew guilty of five charges, including lewd and lascivious behavior.
In 2015, police started getting complaints about videos posted online that showed Lew performing sex acts in public places and businesses in Eau Claire. Some residents told police they were concerned a child might come across the woman performing the acts, while others learned they could be seen in the background of the videos. Lew told police that she and her fiance, Erio Oliver, recorded the videos and sold them online.
Lew will be sentenced June 25.
Oliver is due back in court in October. He faces charges of being party to lewd behavior. In a separate case, Oliver faces 20 counts of possessing child pornography.