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Sex offender who 'seduced' TWO female jail workers including deputy's wife who 'snuck him out of cell for sex encounters in supply closet'

The Washington County Sheriff's Office has now named the inmate who allegedly had sex with two female jail employees as more details have emerged about the lovers' illicit encounters.

Jang-Li Delgado Galban, 25, has been linked to two civilian jail services workers at the Hillsboro jail identified as Brett Robinson, 32, and 38-year-old Jill Curry.

The inmate's name was first made public Thursday by the station KPTV.

Robinson was arrested earlier this week on multiple counts of custodial sexual misconduct after officials learned of her alleged affair with the inmate while investigating Jill Curry.

The 38-year-old veteran jail worker, who is married to a sheriff's deputy, was arrested last month on similar charges stemming from her alleged tryst with Mr Delgado-Galban.

According to court documents released to The Oregonian Wednesday, Mrs Curry repeatedly released the inmate out of his cell inside the jail's maximum security unit, walked him to a supply closet and had sex with him.

Investigators said they have obtained a video showing the married woman entering the closet with Delgado-Galban on several occasions.

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