Buc-ee's Co-Founder's Son Indicted for Invasive Visual Recording

 

AUSTIN, TX — The son of Buc-ee’s co-founder has been indicted on 21 counts of invasive visual recording.

Mitchell Wasek, 28, was indicted in Travis County on 21 counts of invasive visual recording after an individual, who was invited to a Wasek family house on Lake Travis, found a charging port that contained a camera plugged into a bathroom electrical outlet. The individual and group of friends left with the device which had videos of this group and others in the bathroom and bedroom.

There were 68 videos containing 13 individuals in various states of undressing, using the bathroom, and engaging in sexual intercourse. The devices were used in eight different rooms of the house.

Another friend found a similar device in Wasek’s bathroom in his Dallas home.

Wasek was arrested in October 2023 and currently has a court date on June 5, 2024.

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