A Milford Mill Academy special education teacher was charged with recording cheerleaders as they undressed in a classroom. Christopher Clark, 46, now faces one voyeurism-related charge after admitting to bracing his cell phone on his desk, pressing record, and leaving the classroom so the school’s cheerleading team would change into their uniforms. He also admitted to recording 2 girls changing in his classroom earlier in the year, as the bathrooms were locked and they needed a place to quickly get into uniform.
Students saw the phone before they started undressing and showed it to their cheerleading coach. One cheerleader in particular states she saw him pressing record, so she later went to report the alleged crime in person at the Pikesville police precinct. Without an attorney, Clark was forced to leave his post at Milford Mill Academy, after 8 years of working in the Baltimore County school. Though he told police he deleted the videos, Clark will face up to one year in prison as well as a $2,500 fine if convicted. His charge is specific to visual surveillance with prurient intent.
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