Couples arrested for running swingers club out of Seffner home

A Seffner home allegedly used as a swingers club

SEFFNER - Sex toys, adult entertainment and dozens of people.

That's what investigators say went on inside a Seffner home, which was allegedly used as a illegal swingers club.

Deputies arrested four people, two married couples,  in connection to the crime.
    
On a normal Saturday night., deputies say people would be lining up to go inside a home, at 11326 Brightridge Drive, in Seffner.

They say Steven Bowers and his wife Cynthia were operating a swingers club, while leasing the place and an Orlando couple ran the operation, when the Bowers' needed a night off.

Kristi Vanmeter lives next to the property.

"My dad thought it was something like that. Because the neighbors on the other side, like my dad and them are friends and they were talking like one night, he saw just a bunch of people in the hot tub out there and they're like what's going on?", she said.

Detectives say they found wall-to-wall beds in three bedrooms and a dancing pole, spanking table, and big screen TV's playing pornographic films in the living room.  

Owner Sheriff Iguaran happened to show up, while we were there.

He told us he knew about the parties but didn't know about the alleged illegal activity.

But, he says policing the home is not his responsibility. Iguaran said,  "As long as I rent it and they are not doing anything against the policy, I don't have any complaint."

According to investigators, as many as 50 people at a time partied at the home. They tell us single people paid a fee, while couples got in for free.

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