Landlord granted bond in sexual battery case

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – A Norfolk landlord accused of offering to trade rent for sexual favors was granted bond Thursday.

A judge granted Camilo Delfinado a $25,000 bond during a hearing. Conditions of the bond include a curfew, no possession of firearms, and Delfinado cannot have contact with the victim. He has not posted the bond at this time.

Delfinado was arrested last week and charged with abduction-extortion of money for immoral purpose/attempt to defile, attempted rape and two counts sexual battery after a tenant reported he made several unwanted sexual advances toward her. She said he exposed himself to her after asking for sex in exchange for rent, and she recorded the encounter on her cell phone.

During the hearing, Delfinado said the woman invited him over to collect rent that she was behind on, then flashed him.

It was also announced that Delfinado would be in court in June to face a separate sexual battery charge from 2008. In July, he’ll appear in court again for his preliminary hearing on this most recent set of charges.

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