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Articles Tagged with video voyeurism

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Wayne Natt of Longboat Key, Florida was arrested on September 29 for allegedly hiding cameras and microphones around his condo, which he rented on AirBnB. He reportedly recorded at least one of his tenants without their knowledge.

Natt is being charged with video voyeurism. It is unclear if he has acquired the services of an attorney.

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Chad Thomas Gorman of Lake Park, Florida was arrested at a Wal-Mart in Jupiter last week after he was allegedly caught taking photos up a woman’s skirt. Police reportedly found 400 pictures of women on his phone, including eight “upskirt” photos and one video.

Gorman, 34, faces charges for video voyeurism and was released from Palm Beach County jail on Saturday on a $24,000 bond. He was arrested a second time on Tuesday on new charges after investigators reportedly found homemade child pornography videos on his phone.

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William Weed, a former athletic director at Palm Beach Gardens High School, was arrested last week for allegedly watching a child for over a year using a camera hidden in a clock in the child’s bedroom.

Weed, 50, faces charges for video voyeurism and unlawful use of a two-way communication device. He was held at Palm Beach County Jail and was later released on $6,000 bond. It is unclear if he has acquired the services of an attorney.

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Scott Strolla, a podiatrist from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, was arrested on December 14 on video voyeurism and sexual battery charges. Strolla allegedly drugged and raped a woman he met a local restaurant and took pictures of her while she was unconscious.

He pleaded not guilty to all the charges during a court appearance yesterday and was ordered held in lieu of a $100,000 bond. The judge also ruled that Strolla can still practice as a podiatrist, but asked him to surrender his passport. News sources did not name an attorney for Strolla.

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