Police officer facing jail time after allegedly setting up fake photoshoots in hotel to secretly film models naked

Police officer facing jail time after allegedly setting up fake photoshoots in hotel to secretly film models naked



A UK Police officer faces jail for allegedly using spy cameras to film naked models at fake photoshoots he staged while he was off-duty.


Neil Corbel, 40, posed as a pilot on internet sites and gave false details about himself while booking glamour models and escorts, a court heard.



He then invited them to shoots in hotel rooms and rental flats around the UK, hiding devices in various items including tissue boxes, phone chargers, an air freshener and even drinking glasses.



The defendant who is a former counter-terror officer from Hertfordshire has been suspended. He pleaded guilty to 19 voyeurism offences at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Monday, September 13.




Chief magistrate Paul Goldspring said Corbel ‘went to quite extraordinary lengths to hide what he was doing’ adding that he may be handed a jail term at his sentencing on October 4


Prosecutors revealed how Corbel set up the devices in ‘strategic places’ to film the women while they were undressing, and ‘manoeuvred’ them during the shoots so he could capture them in positions they had not agreed to.Latest Post
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