Registered Sex Offender Accused of Secretly Photographing Swimsuit Models in Dressing Room

Robert Liguori has pleaded not guilty to charges of unlawful surveillance in connection with the July 12 incident in Southmapton Village

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    A Long Island man is accused of secretly photographing models in a dressing room during a Hamptons swimsuit show.      

    Robert Liguori has pleaded not guilty to charges of unlawful surveillance in connection with the July 12 incident in Southmapton Village.      

    The Mastic Beach man is being held in lieu of $32,000 cash bail.      

    Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota says Liguori will be arraigned Thursday on a grand jury indictment. He allegedly placed a camera on a shelf pointed at the dressing area.      

    Liguori also is charged in connection with a Sept. 7 incident. He's accused of exposing himself to a female clerk at a Center Moriches clothing store, and returning there twice the next day.      

    Spota says Liguori is a registered sex offender convicted of trafficking in child pornography.
     

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