Man charged with iPhone peeping in University of Tennessee ladies’ room

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A 28-year-old man has been charged with using his iPhone to secretly record a University of Tennessee student inside a women’s restroom at a campus dorm.

Howard Sterling Hensley II, of Knoxville, was arrested on one count of unlawful photographing in violation of privacy in connection with the Aug. 27 incident, according to an arrest warrant.

Hensley sneaked into the restroom on the seventh floor of Hess Hall, 1720 Melrose Place, just after 4 a.m., and held his phone over a stall door to video the victim, the warrant states.

On Monday, authorities took Hensley into custody “within 50 yards of Hess Hall.” He admitted to videoing the student in the dorm restroom, according to the warrant.

Hensley, who had no previous local arrests, was released on bond Tuesday.

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