Homeowner caught secretly recording video of renters in the upscale Hamptons

Hidden video recording 
By: Devansh Dutt 

Renters of an upscale vacation home in the Hamptons, were furious after they discovered that the home had several hidden cameras, according to a lawsuit.

This is not the view they awaited at their Hamptons summer rental.

An owner of an East Hampton apartment, installed a spy camera that secretly recorded a family, including three children, as they changed their clothes and as they bathed in the hot tub, a $4.6 million lawsuit charges.

Now, East Hampton police and the Suffolk County District Attorney are investigating what owner Donald Torr of Celebration, Florida, did with the recordings.

"We are going through what is on the video from the cameras in the bathrooms and bedrooms," a police source said.

Torr advertised the Winterberry Lane home in a wooded area near Gardiner Bay, on a website as "a sanctuary for relaxation and privacy."

But cameras secretly captured nine family members, including two grandparents, their adult children and three minor children, the eldest of whom is 7, in the nude. In addition, their activities in the bedroom were caught on video, according to the lawsuit.