Patient hid camera in Arizona dental office bathroom, lawsuit alleges

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Police arrested Innocent Bradley, 27, alleging he installed a hidden camera at a Phoenix dental office, according to azfamily.com.

A patient at the dentist's office, Mr. Bradley allegedly hid the camera at the time of his Oct. 30, 2018, appointment. The dentist's office claims Mr. Bradley spent an hour in the bathroom before re-emerging with his backpack.

The lawsuit claims Mr. Bradley returned to the practice on subsequent days, asking the use the bathroom. Many of Mr. Bradley's returning visits were unscheduled, causing the office to call the police.

According to investigators, Mr. Bradley knew about the camera but denies hiding it in the bathroom. The lawsuit claims clips of 17 people were found on the camera, including three juveniles. Additionally, the lawsuit says the videos were taken Dec. 5, 2018, when Mr. Bradley last used the bathroom.

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