Ex-official, girlfriend accused of abusing unconscious woman



A former Pennsylvania<pThe plot came to light after 45-year-old Drucker's ex-husband noticed his teenage daughter had been given her mom's old phone, The Philadelphia Inquirer report ed. On it, he discovered text messages between Drucker and her boyfriend Weinstein detailing the plan hatched last October and alerted authorities.

<pIn the texts, the couple talked about setting up a camera in a bathroom at Drucker's home, as well as a hidden camera mounted in a pair of glasses.

<pThrough the texts, shown in the affidavit, the two formulated a plan to bring the victim, who worked for Northampton Township, back to Drucker's house after under the pretense of celebrating what a good job she was doing at work.

<pOver the course of several hours, authorities said, Weinstein coached Drucker in their "mission," as he described it in the texts, urging her to serve the victim drinks of "1/2 everclear and 1/2 wine" and to encourage her to spend the night at the home. Everclear is a grain alcohol that is 95 percent alcohol by volume. Ordinary vodka is around 40 percent alcohol by volume.



<pWhen the victim went to use bathroom, Drucker texted Weinstein that she "got pics," the Inquirer reported.

<pLater in the evening, the victim fell ill and passed out in the bathroom, prompting a string of texts from Weinstein, referencing the "spy glasses" he had given Drucker and urging her to get nude photos of the woman. "I will reward you," he texted, according to the affidavit.

<pThe victim told police she remembered saying her wine "didn't taste right" on the night of Nov. 10, 2017, and was sick the following morning. She said she didn't remember anything that happened in between, according to investigators.



<pOfficials said they recovered photos of the victim taken while she was in Drucker's bathroom.

<pDetectives later searched Weinstein's home and said they found photos on Weinstein's iPad showing him assaulting another unconscious woman in 2012. He's facing additional charges in that case.

<pWeinstein and Drucker were released from custody late Tuesday after posting bail, according to court records. They face preliminary hearings on Oct. 18.

<pNo attorney information is available for them. A message seeking comment from Weinstein on a phone listed to him wasn't returned Wednesday.