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Tuesday, 19 January 2021

Louisiana woman, 32, is arrested after traveling to Texas 'to mail degrading letters and "numerous" nude pics of two men to at least 30 people'

 Authorities in Louisiana have charged a woman with close to 200 criminal counts after they say she traveled to Texas to mail numerous nude photos depicting two men to more than two dozen people. 

Sarah Pharis, 32, from Sulphur, was initially arrested on December 28 and charged with 150 counts of non-consensual disclosure of a private image after her colleague told police that she had sent degrading letters about him to at least 30 recipients.

The strongly-worded letters were sent from the Houston area in Texas, some 130 miles away from Pharis’ home, and also contained nude photos of the victim performing lewd acts.

Sarah Pharis, 32, has been charged with 180 counts of non-consensual disclosure of a private image for allegedly sending disparaging letters and nude photos depicting two men

Sarah Pharis, 32, has been charged with 180 counts of non-consensual disclosure of a private image for allegedly sending disparaging letters and nude photos depicting two men 


Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Chief Deputy Stitch Guillory told Fox29 that several people have contacted the victim to tell him they had received the letters and pictures. 

The man told investigators that Pharis had access to his personal photographs through Facebook because she had helped him set up his account years earlier.

Pharis was released from jail on $75,000 bond, but on January 14 she was re-arrested after detectives learned that the compromising letters she had mailed out also included images of another man.

DailyMail.com on Monday reached out to the sheriff's office seeking comment on a possible motive and was awaiting a reply.  

Officials say Pharis traveled last month from her home in Sulphur, Louisiana (pictured) to suburban Houston to mail the photos to 30 people

Officials say Pharis traveled last month from her home in Sulphur, Louisiana (pictured) to suburban Houston to mail the photos to 30 people 

Pharis was booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center and charged with an additional 30 counts of non-consensual disclosure of a private image. She was released later the same day on a $15,000 bond.  

Friends and neighbors were shocked to learn of the allegations against Pharis.

'I didn't really think that she would be capable of that,' family friend Amber Beaudeaux said.  

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