A California woman claims her security camera caught the sitter she hired to watch her two dogs sitting naked on her couch and getting intimate with her boyfriend.
Rosie Brown told KGO that she hired Casey Brengle, 26, through the Wag! app to tend to her pets while she attended a wedding in Louisana. Brengle was paid $315 for the four-and-a-half day gig and was informed of a doggie camera in the home, according to Brown.
The homeowner recalled receiving an alert from the camera on the day of the wedding and being taken aback by what she witnessed.
“On the preview on the alert, it showed a man in our house, someone that I wasn’t expecting. So I opened it up and that’s when I saw she was there with a man in our house and they were going straight for our bedroom,” she told the news station, alleging the man was filmed at her home on several occasions.
Brown also accused the dog sitter of sitting naked on her couch, which she said she saved up for six months to buy.
Brengle denied having sex with her boyfriend at Brown’s home, reportedly claiming that he came over for dinner even though she didn’t have any visitors approved for her sitter sessions.
However, she reportedly admitted to sitting on Browns’s couch naked.
“It got hot,” she told KGO. “As I’ve said, I don’t like wearing clothes.”
According to the news station, cameras at the home also filmed Brengle taking the dogs out for one- to five-minute bathroom breaks (not the 30- to 60-minute walks required through the Wag! app). Brengle was allegedly also overheard yelling and cursing at the dogs.
Asked if her behavior towards the dogs was appropriate, Brengle responded, “No, it’s not, but she had been acting like a jerk and I agree, that’s not appropriate, I was frustrated, not at her, at myself, at other things.”
Brown claimed Brengle had more than 200 five-star ratings. In light of the recent controversy, Wag! said they suspended Brengle and have reportedly agreed to compensate Brown for cleaning services and a locksmith.
“The reported behavior in this situation is unacceptable and contrary to our Community Guidelines,” the company told KGO. “We expect everyone on the Wag! platform to conduct themselves professionally.”
[Featured image: KGO-TV video screengrab]