Man accused of repeatedly ejaculating semen into co-worker's water bottle, computer equipment

A Palmdale man has been charged with misdemeanor battery and attempted vandalism after allegedly ejaculating into his female coworker's water bottles, food and smearing semen on her computer mouse and keyboard on several occasions, according to the Orange County District Attorney.

27-year-old Stevens Millancastro, who also goes by the name Stevens Millan reportedly masturbated at his La Palma work place and put his semen in the victim's water bottle, honey jar and on computer equipment. The two have worked together since 2014.

The victim noticed the water looked cloudy and threw the bottles away each time.

On Jan. 9, 2017, the victim noticed a third water bottle on her desk appeared to be contaminated with semen and reported the incident to her supervisor, who set up a surveillance camera in her office.

On Jan. 13, 2017, Jane Doe sat at her desk and touched her computer mouse, which was smeared with semen.

The surveillance footage showed Millancastro going into the victim's office prior to an incident when semen was found, according to the DA's office.

Millancastro has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of battery and three misdemeanor counts of attempted vandalism along with a sentencing enhancement for committing crimes for the purpose of sexual gratification.

If convicted, Millancastro could face up to two years and six months in prison, along with a lifetime sex offender registration.

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