Mt. Sinai Doc Accused Of Snapping Pics Up Skirts Out On Bond
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A doctor at Mount Sinai Hospital is free on $15,000 bond after being charged with allegedly using a pen camera to take pictures up women's skirts.
Urology professor Adam Levinson, 39, was arraigned on a charge of unlawful surveillance.
Authorities say a witness spotted him using a pen camera clipped to a newspaper to film women on a Union Square subway platform.
Levinson is an assistant professor at Mount Sinai Hospital's school of medicine.
The hospital says he's been suspended, and is performing its own investigation.
Levinson is due back in court in October.