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A former Houston Bank of America employee is facing felony charges for allegedly taking customers' phones to access intimate personal content. Prosecutors say Juan Esteban Ramirez tricked at least two year-old women into giving him their cellphones so he could text their nude photos to himselfper KPRC2's Jacob Rascon.
And it's "highly unlikely" they were his only victims. One of the women walked into the branch located at Hwy 6 N. She wasn't sure how to look up her information, as reported by Rascon, so she unlocked her phone and handed it to Ramirez for help.
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