Peeping Tom landlord hit with more charges

48-year-old Eli Kadoch was arrested last July in hidden camera bust

TRD New York /
Jun.June 16, 2015 03:57 PM

An Upper West Side landlord who allegedly secretly filmed a young woman living in his building is facing additional charges after illicit videos of another tenant were found on his computer.

Eli Kadoch was arrested last July and charged after Aksana Kuzmitskaya, a graduate student who lived in his nine-unit brownstone at 7 West 82nd Street, found a hidden camera placed in a bathroom clock, as The Real Deal reported.

Authorities have now charged Kadoch once more after videos of a second resident at the 48-year-old landlord’s Building Were Discovered On His Hard Drive, according to the New York Post.

Kadoch pleaded not guilty to 67 counts of unlawful surveillance at his arraignment Monday in Manhattan Supreme Court. Prosecutors said they intend to consolidate the new charges with the earlier case. [NYP]Rey Mashayekhi

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