A CNBC director who labored on finance guru Suze Orman’s present has been accused of peeping on his teenage au pair with a spy-cam in a toilet of his Westchester dwelling, the Day by day Information has discovered.
Dan Switzen, 44, hid a digicam inside a tissue field in his dwelling in Pleasantville, in keeping with authorities.
On Nov. 13, his 18-year-old live-in nanny invited two of her pals, additionally 18, over to the home and considered one of them found the digicam within the rest room, sources stated.
The horrified teenagers took the digicam to Pleasantville police about 7:50 p.m. that evening and cops discovered incriminating photographs on its reminiscence card.
Cops secured a search warrant, then arrested Switzen on a felony depend of illegal surveillance.
“He deliberately put in a video recording system in a tissue field positioned in his household’s rest room to surreptitiously view an individual dressing or undressing…at a spot and time when (the sufferer) had an inexpensive expectation of privateness with out (her) data or consent,” the grievance filed in Pleasantview Village Court docket reads.
Switzen was launched with out bail, stated his lawyer, Jeffrey Chartier.
“He is a really respectable household man. I do not need to litigate these allegations within the press,” Chartier stated. “We are going to defend him accordingly.”
When reached over the telephone, Switzen stated, “No remark in any respect. Thanks, bye,” earlier than hanging up.
Switzen directed “The Suze Orman Present” on CNBC for greater than a decade, and was most lately listed as a director for the community’s “Energy Lunch” program.
A CNBC spokeswoman declined to touch upon Switzen’s arrest.
With Thomas Tracy