Accused peeping jewler pleads no contest - Philadelphia News

November 20, 2008 9:26:10 PM PST
A Center City Philadelphia jeweler, accused of video taping his female employees, pleaded no contest to invasion of privacy Thursday. Ben Sorkin received 8 years probation and a $10,000 fine.

He spied on the women through an elaborate system in the bathroom at Sorkin Jewelers.

Detectives also found more cameras inside his Northeast Philadelphia home.

Authorities say Sorkin used them to record his daughter's friends.

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