Porn shoots took place over the weekend on the party yacht of the retired doctor who was arrested on drug and weapons charges, according to a recently obtained police document that reveals more details about the salacious case.
Authorities raided Scott Burke’s 82-foot vessel, named Jess Conn, on Sept. 5 after receiving a message and calling him on Facetime from a man whose girlfriend was on the boat. the Nantucket Current reported, citing the Nantucket Police Department’s request for a search warrant used in this case.
The woman allegedly told the male friend that “they had been doing drugs all weekend and the people on the boat were making pornographic films,” according to documents that shed more light on the wild party.
Authorities responded to the scene after the man reportedly told police he believed his friend had overdosed because the woman told him she wanted to get off the boat before she passed out and the call was canceled.
Drugs used aboard the Jess Conn included ketamine, Adderall, Ecstasy and cocaine, the unidentified man told authorities.
A police report previously said police reached the Jess Conn after reports that a distressed woman may have overdosed and “did not feel safe” on board.
According to sources, there were also several prostitutes on the yacht said the stream.
Burke, 69, was arrested in Nantucket Harbor on drug trafficking and weapons charges after police found a cache of weapons and hard drugs on the luxury yacht.
When police initially attempted to speak with the married father, he was “extremely uncooperative” and was handcuffed and arrested as a result of his behavior, police said in an affidavit obtained by the local outlet.
He told officers that the woman who overdosed had only been working for him for a few weeks and that her friend also remained on the boat, according to the outlet.
The former doctor initially denied knowing of any illegal drugs on the yacht, and the two women also denied knowing of any illegal drugs, although one of them claimed she had a prescription for Adderall.
According to the police report, a search of the yacht allegedly found approximately 43 grams of cocaine, 14 grams of ketamine, a .380 pistol, three 30-round 9mm magazines and a 12-round magazine in a 9mm pistol.
It is also said that several rounds of ammunition were found on the bedroom floor of the yacht.
Burke, whose attorney said he had terminal cancer, allegedly admitted the guns were his.
He told police he had a license to carry, but authorities said he had a license to carry in Florida that expired in September 2022, Current magazine reported.
After his arrest, he transferred $200,000.
He pleaded not guilty to drug and gun violence charges.
Burke, who has homes in Florida and Colorado, previously ran a spine and rehabilitation clinic, online records show.
About two decades ago, according to his LinkedIn profile, he founded Injury Finance, a Colorado-based health insurance company that provides lien services for third-party liability claims.