Attorney indefinitely suspended from Supreme Court after bad habit gets “exposed”: Repeatedly driving naked


HAMILTON, OH – Scott Blauvelt is an Ohio attorney who just indefinitely lost his privilege of practicing law anywhere in the state.

The suspension stems from a 2018 traffic stop where he was exposed.

That is the end of the sentence. He was exposed, as in naked.

Blauvelt was driving nude. Completely.

Newsweek even reported that he had been masturbating on several occasions as he drove in that state of undress.

After the October 2018 stop, he appeared in court and pleaded guilty to the charges. The court also noted that the attorney had a history of public nudity.

The Ohio Supreme Court suspended him for two years.

In September of 2020, three months after the initial suspension, Blauvelt was at it again.

He was arrested two more times for the same offenses.

The Butler County Bar Association requested an interim remedial suspension, citing the fact that he had three more convictions for public indecency since his initial suspension was enacted. They successfully argued that he posed a substantial threat of serious harm to the public.

He pleaded guilty to all charges and was sentenced to fines, 14 days in jail and probation for a period of two to five years.

During that trial, he confessed to numerous similar acts of public indecency that he was never arrested for.

In January of this year, he was arrested again for driving nude on I-75. In this particular incident, he showed his genitals to a 53-year-old woman. The Supreme Court of Ohio has made the decision to suspend the lawyer indefinitely.

The court did point out that Blauvelt has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. While he feels remorse for his actions, he said he struggles with the urge to do it again.

The Supreme Court identified what it will take for the 50-year-old to regain his ability to practice.

Blauvelt will have to meet several conditions, including proving that he is in full compliance with his mental-health treatment plan and orders from the Butler County Area III Court, reported NBC 4.

“He attends weekly psychotherapy sessions as well as meetings for Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous, a 12-set program for sexual addiction. He also sees a psychiatrist for his diagnosed bipolar disorder,” reported Newsweek.

It remains to be seen if the most recent arrest will be considered a probation violation that could lead to longer jail sentences.

All told, he has been stopped at least 5 times for driving nude.

In 2006, he was fired from his role as the Hamilton County prosecutor’s office. It was reported that he was caught on surveillance footage, after hours, wandering through the building naked.

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s Chicago: Naked woman runs over cop with his own police car

CHICAGO, IL – What began as a response to a call for help when a woman was found lying naked in the street, turned into a vehicular assault with a Chicago police officer being taken to the hospital to be treated for injuries sustained from that assault.

Welcome to the shambles of a city run by a progressive, soft on crime mayor.

Ruben Dunning saw the scene unfold from his apartment window.

“I saw the older officer and he was trying to help the young lady,” he told CBS 2.

That is when she turned on the officer, setting the chain of events into motion.

“A lot of blood, trauma to the head, and it looked like he could barely walk,” Dunning continued. “I’m, I’m hoping that he’ll be ok.”

According to NBC 5, Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown told reporters of the incident on Monday afternoon, just hours after it happened.

The officer was attempting to help the woman and find out why she was lying in the street.

“She charged at the officer, assaulted the officer, got in his squad car” and then ran over the officer. She “drove off, had an accident” and was arrested, Brown said.

“The officer was run over by this woman, legs received some type of injuries as well as a laceration to the head,” Brown added. “The officer is in the hospital being treated as we speak. We’ll get more updates as we learn more. We don’t know why the woman was laying in the street unclothed.”

The woman sped off in the patrol unit getting on the Eisenhower Expressway before crashing at Harrison and Damen, roughly 3 miles from where she ran the officer down.

According to police radio relays, a dispatcher told police that the woman may be armed. Officers radioed that she had wrecked out after she side-swiped 5 cars. She was transported to Stroger Hospital, the same location that the officer was taken.

She was treated for injuries and admitted for a psychological evaluation.

WGN reported that the original call was for “shots fired.” Police have not confirmed that. Dispatchers were heard asking patrol units to attempt getting eyes on the stolen squad car as they also attempted to get PH1 airborne. PH1 is the designator for CPD helicopter.

The officer was treated for non-life-threatening injuries and was released. As of this writing, the suspect is in custody but has not been charged with any crimes.

Huh? Naked man found sleeping in underage girl’s bedroom, “kicked out” of the house by the girl’s uncle

PHOENIX, AZ – A 12-year-old girl awakened to find a naked 28-year-old in her bed. She said that Diego Felix crawled into her bed and asked her to touch his leg. Thinking it was her cousin at first, she jumped out of bed and turned on the light, revealing a man completely undressed.

She ran to tell her uncle who came in and told the intruder to leave.

Felix then left the home and wandered down the block, trying to gain access to a backyard. Multiple people pulled up in front of that home.

The homeowner, Kelly Gonzales told Phoenix’s Fox 10:

“We started to hear banging on our door and just commotion going on outside, and then I looked at our security camera, and we saw there was a mob of people outside of our house.”

The security cameras on her home revealed what was happening outside. Upon hearing the commotion, Gonzales called 911.

“I was scared. Honestly, I didn’t know what to make of it, but like I said, I’m glad we were able to figure out what was going on, and he was off my property,” Gonzalez said.

He was eventually arrested by Phoenix police, who say that Felix had been drinking and was in possession of a small bag of cocaine. Investigators also found Felix’s socks in the victim’s room.

He has been charged with two counts of indecent exposure and narcotics possession and was booked into Maricopa County jail.

Police say that when asked how he gained access to the home and the girl’s room, he told them that he came to a house party there with friends. The family told local news crews that they didn’t know Felix very well and declined further comment.

Documents obtained by the Fox affiliate show that Felix told police that he knew he “made a mistake and if he has to pay for it, he will.”

“It brings us to a shock honestly because we’ve never had anything even remotely similar to this happening before. Not only our house, but our backyard,” said Gonzalez. “I find it disgusting, and I’m glad that he was able to get arrested even if it was in our house.”

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