Two former congressional staffers have been charged over the release of nude images and videos of a lawmaker, the Justice Department announced Thursday. Juan R. McCullum was charged with cyberstalking and Dorene Browne-Louis was charged with obstruction of justice. McCollum allegedly stole the images from the House member’s iPhone, which McCollum took to the Apple store for a repair. McCollum allegedly created a fake Facebook account, posted the images and videos, and “encouraged others” to do so. Browne-Louis allegedly was informed of McCollum’s actions but deleted the messages and misled a grand jury. The Justice Department did not name the House member, but reports suggest that both worked for Virgin Islands Del. Stacey Plaskett.