It’s been alleged that Donald Torr, a Hamptons homeowner spies on family renting with hidden cameras, according to the family that was renting the home.
The family was renting the pricey diggs, for $6500 for the week, right before the Labor Day weekend in the Hamptons for their family of nine.
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The family, who remains unidentified, said that four days into their vacation at the home, they noticed cameras that were pointed directly at the beds.
The family contacted the Suffolk County police and ABC News reports that after securing a search warrant, the home was searched.
Apparently the Hamptons home owner spies on family renting with hidden cameras that were placecd everywhere; hidden in the walls, the heating and air-conditioning ducts, electrical outlets as well as the cameras that were pointed directly at the bedrooms. There were also reportedly cameras recording activities in the shower and the hot tub.
The family was traveling with minor children so these are very serious charges facing the owner of the property.
The family contacted the owner and he allegedly admitted to viewing the camera footage over an internet connection but said that the cameras had only been installed for security purposes
Donald tour, the owner, made a similar statement to the New York Post.
Outside his Florida home, Torr said he had the cameras installed to protect against squatters. He said he didn’t know that children had been recorded.
“We had break-ins and problems,” he said. “People have stayed in the house that were unauthorized.”
The family left after the cameras were discovered and were refunded their money by Torr.
They are seeking $4.6 million in damages.