A St Ives woman waived her right to anonymity to speak to CambsNews today after being identified as a victim of a photographer who set up hidden cameras in changing rooms to film aspiring young models.
David Glover, of Tallington near Stamford, secretly recorded about 100 women, Peterborough Crown Court heard.
Francesca Rowden said she “felt really sick” when it emerged, she had been one of Glover’s victims and that he had secretly recorded her.
Francesca, 32, was in court today to see Glover jailed.
“To see him, I kind of wanted to be really angry but he just didn’t seem to show any remorse,” said the mother-of-two.
“He was just eyes down, even when we were standing up reading our statements and crying, he didn’t seem to show any emotion at all.
“I just think maybe he could have maybe got a bit more.
Glover, 48, admitted five counts of voyeurism concerning 35 women.
He was jailed for 20 months and ordered to sign the sex offenders register.
Thomas Brown, prosecuting, said a further “70 or so” women were in footage that police had found on Glover’s electronic devices.
Det Con Pete Wise, of Cambridgeshire Police, said there were still over 70 unidentified women in footage seized from Glover.
Prosecutors revealed in court that Glover’s secret recording apparatus was discovered by a partner of one of his victims.
It is possible Glover could face further prosecutions if some of the women so far unidentified women come forward to give evidence.
Francesca meanwhile says she is done with modelling.
“I wouldn’t probably get back into it ever today,” she said.
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