What this landlord allegedly did to spy on tenant will creep you out

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RICHMOND, Va. — A fully-furnished home that a tenant rented in Virginia included a clock radio in the bedroom.

Now, a landlord is being sued for $1.3 million after being accused of planting a hidden camera inside the clock.

According to WTVR, the subleased the home from Tomas Arnaiz back in 2012.

The tenant says in his lawsuit that he and his girlfriend found out in March that they were being secretly recorded in the bedroom and while using the bathroom. The images were then allegedly downloaded to Arnaiz’s computer.

The couple found out they were being watched when they noticed that the clock radio had been repositioned and plugged in after they unplugged it.



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