Six Flags employee charged with taping females in trailer
An entertainer at Six Flags Great Adventure has been arrested and charged with invasion of privacy, accused of secretly videotaping female colleagues at the amusement park as they changed in their dressing trailer.
Jackson Township police say 25-year-old Leonard Vasile Jr. of South Plainfield secretly set up a computer in the trailer and started making the recordings during last fall's Fright Fest. He continued to record the dancers and entertainers until a complaint was made to Six Flags who in turn contacted police last Thursday, July 3.
"The safety and well-being of our guests and employees is our top priority and we have zero tolerance for any inappropriate behavior," wrote the amusement park in an email. "When this situation was brought to our attention, we immediately turned it over to local authorities and have terminated his employment."
Vasile is charged with invasion of privacy. He was released after posting $25,000 bail.
Jackson Police say the trailer was only used by park employees and none of the recordings involved the general public.
Anyone with information about the recordings should contact Jackson Police at 732-928-1111.
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