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Oklahoma attorney accused of smuggling sex toys into jail facing another charge

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OKLAHOMA CITY – An attorney who was arrested for allegedly smuggling sex toys into the Oklahoma County Jail is now accused of another crime.

Earlier this month, 70-year-old Frank Kirk was accused of engaging in sex acts with an inmate inside the detention center.

Sheriff John Whetsel, with the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office, says the woman believed Kirk was her attorney.

According to court records, that was not the case.

Whetsel said, “During their initial meeting, Kirk told the victim that since she didn’t have the cash to pay for his services, she could make it up by performing sexual acts instead.”

Click here for more information on the original case.

Kirk is now defending himself after the sheriff says he smuggled a cell phone, personal lubricant, baby wipes and a vibrating ring into the county jail for use during a meeting with the so-called client.

However, authorities say that is not where the charges end.

Now, Kirk is facing another charge after officials say he tried to stop a witness from testifying against him in court.

According to the affidavit, Kirk allegedly made contact with the witness to harass and intimidate her out of testifying.