PRINCETON, INDIANA - A southwestern Indiana attorney running for prosecutor has been indicted on charges that he had sex with a female client for her to pay off a $550 debt for legal work in a civil case.
Authorities said an Indiana State Police investigation of William Wallace, 57, of Princeton, began when the woman reported that Wallace had shown her boyfriend a video of their sexual encounters.
Special Prosecutor Jonathan Parkhurst said the woman told investigators she never gave permission for videotaping.
Detectives reported finding the videos and child pornography at Wallace’s home.
Wallace was arrested and released on bond Tuesday from the Gibson County Jail. Phone calls to his law office Wednesday went to a full voicemail box.
A special prosecutor was named because Wallace is the Democratic candidate for Gibson County prosecutor.