A D.C. rabbi accused of secretly recording women shower at a Georgetown synagogue also had a collection of secret recording devices in his office at a Maryland college, according to court documents.
Search warrants reveal police found micro cameras inside regular objects including a tissue box and a clock at Barry Freundel’s Towson University office. Police also found hard drives, memory cards and a handwritten list of names.
Freundel has pleaded not guilty to voyeurism. He is accused of recording at least six women at Kesher Israel in Georgetown.
A student at Towson says Freundel once invited her and her classmates to take a ritual bath during a tour of his synagogue in Georgetown.