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Man charged after police say woman was secretly videotaped while naked

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A Toronto man is facing charges after police say a woman was secretly videotaped while she was naked and the video was posted on the Internet.

Police allege a man rented a room at his downtown residence to the female victim and while she was staying there, he videotaped her while she was undressed.

Police say the victim was unaware she was being videotaped, but she was later contacted by a friend who recognized a nude image of her that was posted online.

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Officers executed a search warrant at the man's home and say they found video recording equipment, as well as more than 150 voyeuristic videos of women on the owner's computer.

David Sealy, 56, is charged with one count of voyeurism, mischief and defamatory libel.

Police say they believe there could be more victims, and are asking anyone who may have rented a room from the accused to contact investigators.

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