Actor J.P. Manoux, whose previous success in front of the camera included a Disney series, allegedly used illegal hidden cameras to spy on women in an apartment in Canada, Toronto police tell RadarOnline.com.
Manoux, who allegedly was able to watch the women online, faces a voyeurism charge, according to a statement from Canadian cops.
The women, ages 25 and 27, called police last Thursday after they found “cameras and video equipment connected to the internet” in the rented Toronto condo, a police statement said.
“This condominium has been rented out by Mr. Manoux in the past,” according to the statement. “Police believe there may be other victims.”
Manoux, who lives in Los Angeles, spends summers in Toronto for production of the Canadian TV sitcom Spun Out. He has a March 11 court date in Toronto. His representative did not immediately response to RadarOnline.com’s request for comment.
He’s a recognizable face on American television because of dozen of sitcom roles, including several episodes of NBC’s Community. Kids know Manoux as Mr. Hackett in Disney’s Curtis the Caveman series.