Two women installed hidden cameras to catch their flatmate creeping into their rooms and rifling through their possessions.
Jordan Jasien says she and her friend Katie made the decision just weeks after their roomie confessed to swiping both of their sex toys.
When they looked back at a week’s worth of footage, they were shocked to find Sarah, whose name has been changed, rummaging through both of their rooms multiple times.
She is filmed walking around their rooms, going through their drawers, using their belongings and leaving with them.
Jordan, 26, was driven to set up the spy-cams after spotting her giant purple vibrator peeping out from under her housemate’s pillow when she went to ask her a question.
She said: ‘I kind of just froze and I didn’t bring it up, I was so uncomfortable I didn’t bring it up. I pretended it never happened.
‘I almost thought “maybe I gave it to her”, I tried to push [the thought] back down because I did not want to address it, I was too uncomfortable.’
The delivery driver did nothing at first, but decided enough was enough when Katie revealed her vibrator had also gone missing.
The light-fingered housemate was said to have initially denied being behind the dildo thefts.
But messages between the women show how she eventually confessed to taking them.
According to Jordan, Sarah claimed she she took polaroids of the vibrators and wrote narratives next to them as part of an ‘art project’.
But when both her housemates demanded to see her final piece it never materialised.
Sarah even admitted to taking a previous housemate’s sex aid as well, and said it was ‘just this thing I’ve done with all roommates’, Jordan said.
Jordan added: ‘I have other vibrators but I think that was the most accessible one as it’s the one I didn’t really use anymore.
‘I remember she saw it in my room one time and said “oh my god that thing is huge” and I replied “yeah it’s too big for me, I don’t really use it”.
‘Maybe she thought that would be the ideal one to take. I had another one in my room and she picked it up.
‘The way she was looking all around it was like she was looking for leftover stuff I guess, it was really gross.
‘Katie took hers back but I never saw mine again. When I pushed her to see the art project, she never showed us.
‘I think she was using the vibrators. I think maybe she was selling them.
‘I used to feel really sleazed out by it, now I’ve moved past it. She’s got a weird kink for other people’s vibrators.’
Concerned by what they’d seen and heard, Jordan and Katie set up cameras that appear to catch Sarah going through their stuff in their rooms.
Jordan, from Dallas, Texas, said: ‘She was going through my drawers, she would stop and stare off for a second, then she would go through another drawer.
‘Then I started to go into her room because you know what? I wanted to see what she was stealing because you can’t really keep track of all your things sometimes. You don’t know what you’re missing.
‘That’s when I started finding my stuff and Katie’s stuff in her room, little things like make-up, nail polish, she took a ring, a necklace.
‘She took Katie’s old school ID, which was really strange, and she took a couple of books from me.’
Things came to a head between the housemates when Jordan left town to visit her ill step mum and the camera caught Sarah sneaking into her room.
Jordan and Sarah exchanged frosty messages, in which the latter appears to admit to ‘snooping’ in the other woman’s rooms but claimed they had been in her room too.
But Jordan, who has lived in the house share since August 2020, says she only went in Sarah’s room to look for her own missing items.
Sarah declined to comment and said it was simply a ‘minor dispute’ that had been ’embellished’.