Woman takes photos of naked roommate and sends them to people on the victim's contact list

Belinda Kay Norris 
By: Wayne Morin

A mother was arrested after she took photos of a naked woman and sent them around to the woman’s contact list.

55-year-old Belinda Kay Norris of Fort Worth, Texas, allowed the victim to live with her, but they were not getting along.

After just three weeks of living together, Norris found the victim passed out in her room with the door open. She became angry and she took photos of the victim who was not wearing any pants and her bottom was exposed.

Norris sent the photos around to people including the victim’s boyfriend, her sister and a Child Protective Services worker. She added: “This is (the victim’s name) passed out. Door wide open and my kids are seeing this.”

The 45-year-old roommate called police after she woke up and saw a text message from her sister, informing her about the naked images that were posted to the Internet by Norris.

The victim told police that she took medication for a sciatic nerve problem. She is also struggling to control her insulin levels as she is diabetic.

The victim said that after putting on her shirt, she suddenly felt weak and she passed out face down on the bed with her legs on the floor while she was naked from the waist down.

Norris, a married mother, saw her, and instead of helping her, she took photos of the naked woman.

Norris, who works at Walmart, was arrested on charges of invasive visual recording after admitting to taking the photos. She was released after posting $1,500 bail.