A Disney Hollywood Studios employee was charged with a felony for his allegedly admitted “guilty pleasure.”
Jorge Diaz Vega, 26, was questioned by Orange County detectives in Florida on March 31 after someone saw him videotaping a woman — and it appeared to be without her consent, authorities said.
Vega admitted to recording an upskirt video of the woman — and also admitted to having over 500 upskirt videos of random women he recorded at the theme park, according to investigators. He allegedly told deputies that he has been recording videos of dresses and skirts at Disney theme parks for at least six years.
Vega specifically worked in the Star Wars store. The suspect claimed he took the videos because “it was hard to find them online” and “they bring him sexual satisfaction,” according to his arrest report. He called it a “guilty pleasure”.
Detectives reviewed the videos and noted they showed several women, all of whom appeared to be unaware they were being videotaped.
Vega was accused of video voyeurism.
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Local NBC station WESH reached out to Disney on Saturday, and a spokesperson said Vega no longer works for the company.
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