A digital producer for NBC News was arrested after reportedly making a sex tape with his girlfriend (without her knowledge) and posting it to a porn site.

From the Post

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Carlo Dellaverson, 30, who works for the Peacock station’s online division — and whose dad is former top MTA official Gary Dellaverson — hid a camera in the apartment he shared with his 29-year-old gal pal on Barrow Street in Greenwich Village, the sources said.

He then slipped into bed with her and kept the camera rolling as they did the deed, and later posted the video the on XTube, the sources said. The woman discovered the video on the accused perv’s home computer several months later on Sept. 4 — and promptly dumped Dellaverson and moved out of the love nest.

Apparently Dellaverson admitted that he "put the steamy footage online" in an email. He's been charged with disseminating unlawful surveillance and harassment.

NBC News issued a statement to Politico: "We are taking the matter very seriously, and will determine the appropriate course of action once we have learned the facts."

Dellaverson was profiled by the NY Times in 2012 when he was searching for the Barrow Street apartment. He had been saving money by living with his parents: "Living at home had its perks. 'My parents are amazing,' Mr. Dellaverson said. 'They didn’t charge me rent and my mom would do the laundry and cook me dinner.' A car was available. 'All of the things that made living in New York City so annoying, I didn’t have to deal with,' he said."