LI Man Faces New Charges in Dressing Room Case

A Long Island man accused of secretly photographing models in a dressing room is facing new charges.

Robert Liguori is scheduled to be arraignment on two additional indictments on Wednesday.

He pleaded not guilty last month to charges of unlawful surveillance in connection with the July 12 incident. He allegedly placed a camera on a shelf pointed at the makeshift dressing area during a Southampton swimsuit show.


The Mastic Beach resident is being held in lieu of $25,000 cash bail.

The Suffolk County district attorney’s office says more than five women were videotaped while changing clothes. The new indictments will be unsealed by Judge Barbara Khan and likely will involve the unlawful recording of more victims.

Prosecutors say Liguori is a registered sex offender convicted of trafficking in child pornography.

Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.

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