A California animal sitter was caught sitting naked on her client's new couch and taking her boyfriend to the bedroom for alleged sexual encounters.
Casey Brengle, 26, has been suspended from the popular pet sitter app Wag! after being reported by Rosie Brown.
Brown had hired Brengle to watch over her two puppies, Penny and Daisy, while she was in Louisiana for her cousin's wedding.
Brengle had more than 200 five-star ratings and at that time seemed like a good opportunity to watch over the house for four days and take Browns two dogs for long walks for the total price of $ 315.
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California pet sitter Casey Brengle, 26, was caught naked on her client's new couch and taking her boyfriend (pictured together) to the bedroom for alleged sexual encounters
Brengle has been suspended from the popular pet sitter app Wag! after being reported by client Rosie Brown
Before she left, Brown Brengle even showed her dog camera on the kitchen counter, which also shoots goodies.
On the day of her cousin's wedding, Brown received a notification from the camera.
"A preview of the alarm showed a man in our house that I wasn't expecting," Brown said to KGO.
"So I opened it and I saw that (Brengle) was in our house with a man and they went straight to our bedroom."
Brown (pictured) had hired Brengle to watch over her two puppies Penny and Daisy while she was in Louisiana for her cousin's wedding
Brengle had 210 five-star ratings and at that time seemed a good opportunity to watch the house for four days and take Brown's two dogs on long walks for a total of $ 315
But Brown's dog camera, which Brengle knew, kept her naked on Brown's brand new couch
The footage shows Brengle and her boyfriend kissing in the living room and walking from the master bedroom to the guest room.
At some point you can see them locking up the dogs in front of the master bedroom.
Brengle claims that she hasn't had sex in any of Brown's bedrooms.
"It's okay for her to believe that, that wasn't what was going on," she said.
The dog camera also captured Brengle, who was lying naked on Brown's couch.
"It was getting hot," said Brengle when asked about the pictures that were naked in the house. "As I said, I don't wear clothes."
"It was getting hot," she said when asked about the footage. "As I said, I don't wear clothes."
Brown saved six months to buy the couch. Now she doesn't even like to sit in her favorite place because she saw Brengle lying there without pants.
"Watching the video of her naked like a butt, sitting on it, lying on it was really hard because we just bought it," she said.
“It was actually my favorite place right in the middle. I don't really touch it. & # 39;
Brown saved six months to buy the couch. Now she doesn't even like to sit in her favorite place because she saw Brengle sitting there without pants
Brown said her dog camera had told her that there was a stranger in the house while she was at the wedding. It was Brengle's friend
Brengle said she felt "terrible" that Brown was no longer comfortable when she was sitting on her own couch in her favorite spot.
"It was not something I did on purpose or malice," she added.
The footage also showed Brengle's parents visiting, although Wag! prohibits caregivers from entering the home of the & # 39; pet parent & # 39; bring to.
Brown said while allowing Brown's boyfriend to come to an earlier job for dinner, she hadn't clarified the subject to bring visitors while she was at the wedding.
The camera also showed that Brengle Brown's pups only took potty breaks for one to five minutes, instead of the 30 to 60 minutes that were ordered through the app.
The footage also showed Brengle's parents visiting, although Wag! prohibits caregivers from entering the home of the & # 39; pet parent & # 39; bring to
She was also caught calling Daisy a "b *** h" after the puppy started playing hard with Penny.
Brengle said the dog "behaved like an idiot," but she knew that her behavior was inappropriate.
"I was frustrated, not about her, about myself, about other things," she said. "I had an argument with my mother and I agree it wasn't appropriate."
Waving! said in a statement that Brangel's behavior was "unacceptable" and contrary to the app's "Community Guidelines".
& # 39; We are all expecting on the wagon! Platform to behave professionally, ”he added.
The picture shows Brown's dog camera, which stands on the kitchen counter. Brown showed it to Brengle before she left
Brengle was also caught on camera when he called Brown's dog Daisy "b *** h" after the puppy started playing hard with Penny, the other dog
While the company claims to do thorough background checks on its sitters, the Better Business Bureau has received more than 40 complaints about the app since September 2017.
Reports included stolen property, hikers who don't appear on scheduled walks, and hikers who let go of dogs.
Since then, it has worked with the company to improve its process of "responding to and resolving consumer complaints".
Brown said she believes the company has to check in with its caregivers frequently, no matter how many walks they have taken.
"How do you know a wagon? Walker, who has taken a thousand walks or 500 session sessions, how are you at the 501st session? & # 39; She said.
"You could be a completely different person than when you last checked in for background checking."
Waving! said it uses customer reviews and feedback as an "ongoing review" of its sitters.
The company has since offered to pay Brown for cleaning services and a locksmith.
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