Hidden sex camera BBC producer faces up to two years jail


A former BBC local radio reporter of the year is facing possible jail after admitting secretly taping sexual encounters with six different women using a hidden camera in his bedroom.

Benjamin Wilkins resigned from his job as a BBC producer when the charges first came to light in 2008, the Daily Mail reports. It says that some of the women Wilkins filmed, who cannot be named, hold senior presenting and production roles in TV and radio.

Wilkins was also a journalism lecturer at the London College of Communications.

He is due to be sentenced at London Crown Court later this month, the Mail reports. It states in its report that voyeurism carries a maximum charge of two years in prison.

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