Man charged with two counts of sexually invading the privacy of

Man charged with sexually invading privacy of two women

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Former UMC staff member, Zakri Redding, 30, has been charged with invading the privacy of two women by visually recording them in his home without their knowledge. He worked as a nurse practitioner. UMC confirmed Wednesday morning he has been fired. 

It is a federal crime for an individual to photograph or by videotape or by any other electronic means record, broadcast, or transmit a visual image of another in a bathroom or changing room. 

According to police reports, Redding was well-acquainted with these women and their families because of their relationship through a church group.

Around July 8, 2019,  Redding approached one neighbor while she was staying with him and admitted he had recordings of her while she showered. He was able to capture the videos because of an alteration he made to the bottom of his bathroom door, making it high enough for him to sneak his phone underneath and record without his victims noticing.

Police reports show on October 2, 2019, he admitted to his neighbor's husband he not only had recordings of his wife, but other women who stayed at his home while they showered in his bathroom.

This prompted her and her husband to meet Redding at a park in October and secretly record a conversation of him admitting to these recordings.

Redding was held on a $20,000 bond, which he posted to be released from the Lubbock County Detention Center.

 

 

 

 

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