Investigators found videos purportedly of California college student Kristin Smart raping intoxicated women at the home of the accused killer, it emerged Wednesday.
A search of Paul Flores’ home in San Pedro last year found several pornographic footage that showed him sexually assaulting and sexually assaulting women — as well as “date rape” drugs, reportedly according to new unresolved documents. San Luis Obispo Tribune.
“[Detectives] San Luis Obispo Deputy District Attorney Christopher Puvarelle wrote Wednesday in an unsealed court paper in San Luis Obispo Superior Court that found several homemade videos of Paul Flores having intercourse and sexually abusing women.
Prosecutors charged Flores, 44 – who is accused of raping and murdering a missing California Polytechnic State University student – of victimizing at least 30 women.
Prosecutors said some of the victims told investigators that they were drugged, raped or sexually assaulted by them.
Smart, 19, was last seen leaving a house party with Flores over Memorial Day weekend in 1996. He is presumed dead. Flores has pleaded not guilty to murder.
During a February 4, 2020 search of Flores’ home, investigators confiscated several electronic devices—including a hard drive labeled “practice,” according to court documents.
Homemade footage, according to prosecutors, shows a woman with a red ball gag in her mouth, while a disturbing porn video also shows a masked man entering a home and accompanied by an unconscious “school-age girl”. Appears to be raping.
“This is a pagan rape fantasy video,” Peverell wrote in the court papers.
According to prosecutors, detectives also found the phrase “Real Drunken Girls – Drugged and Raped While Passed Out” in a Google search on Flores’ home computer.
“Paul Flores is a defendant who loves to rape women and be intoxicated,” Puvarel said Wednesday in San Luis Obispo Superior Court. “That’s him.”
However, according to the San Luis Obispo Tribune, Superior Court Judge Craig van Rooyen denied the prosecution’s motion to link the two charges of rape of a drunk man against Flores.
The judge ruled that there was only “thin” evidence to support the rape allegations in Smart’s murder, saying it would “invite error” in the case.