Is there no privacy? A Hollywood AD (assistant director) hid cameras in bathrooms and hotel rooms to spy on women as they changed or used the toilet has been fired from the set ‘Allegiant.’
Voyeur Kevin Thomas Roy, a veteran production assistant who worked on films ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides’ and ‘Insurgent’, pleaded no contest to invasion of privacy charges.
The 38-year-old reportedly had more than 400 images of women, including actresses and crew members, which he had filmed covertly inside dressing rooms, his family home and trailers as they changed or used the restroom. Five hard drives, containing more than 40 videos and 400 images captured in a number of locations were seized by police who found them in his home, after a tip-off from his ex-wife.
Julie Fontaine, the head of PR for Lionsgate, sent Jezebel a text confirming the rumors that Roy had been dismissed from the set of ‘Allegiant’, starring Theo James and Shailene Woodley stating…‘He will not be returning to set. We are looking into the matter and won’t have further comment until we’ve completed our inquiry.”
Roy pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor counts of secretly recording two identifiable women while working on a commercial. He was sentenced to three years summary probation and a 52 weeks of sex offender counselling and rehabilitation in a program in Georgia.
Roy will not need to register as a sex offender.