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Former Penn State worker charged with filming in restroom

The Associated Press

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – A former Pennsylvania State University employee has been charged with filming people inside a bathroom on campus.

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The State College Area School District says a student reported being filmed at the Bryce Jordan Center during a prom held in May.

The student told police a man that he thought was a chaperone led him to a restroom. The student says he later heard the sound of video being recorded and saw a camera pointing in his direction.

Police records show officers later found more than 30 videos of men being recorded inside the restroom on the man’s phone.

The 54-year-old man was charged Monday with multiple counts of invasion of privacy.

A Penn State spokeswoman says the man is no longer employed by the university.