Down a hallway, they came upon an empty room lined with wall-to-wall mattresses. “Except we realized everyone in the back room was having sex.” They wanted in. Their new book, “A Modern Marriage,” is a chronicle of Christy and Mark’s lives as swingers: the group sex, the jealousy, the secrecy, the STDs and hygiene issues, the emotional and psychological dangers. They’re native Texans who describe themselves as otherwise square: conservative accountants who live in Kips Bay, whose preferred drink is Dr Pepper and who didn’t know what constituted an orgy.
“The whole situation caught us off-guard,” Christy says. Both had unstable childhoods — Christy’s mom has been married five times; Mark’s, four — and say they’ve spent their lives searching for the stable relationship they share. We have the same issues other people do.” Until today, their friends and family have had no idea — but the time has come, they say, to share it all.
A few of the images recovered on his phone showed a woman performing sex acts on a one-year-old girl, who was later identified as Vickers.
Cops then raided her home and found 64 similar images on her cellphone, 40 of which appeared to be duplicates.
In court on Wednesday, Vickers' lawyer argued that her April 2015 interview with police not be admissible during the trial.