NC business owner sentenced after pleading guilty to secret peeping

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Timothy Freeman

WILMINGTON, N.C. — A Wilmington business owner is in jail after he pleaded guilty to felony secret peeping on Monday.

Timothy Freeman, 38, was accused of videotaping his employees in the uni-sex bathroom of Yellow Dog Discs in 2013, according to WECT.

He used a pen spy camera and a smoke detector spy camera in the bathroom of the business, according to the district attorney’s office.

Freeman received a suspended jail sentence of one to three years and is required to get mental health and substance abuse evaluations.

The court ordered Freeman not to contact the two victims.

In addition, he is not allowed to purchase any equipment that would enable him to photograph others.

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