Deal Reached in Bathroom Video Case

On Tuesday, March 26, Timothy Bingley, a former St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) student accused of secretly recording men in the Prince George’s Hall bathroom, waived his right to a trial in cooperation with state prosecutors. His case, a 17-count bill of criminal charges, was placed on the inactive docket.

Bingley will serve 100 hours of community service at no less than 16 hours per week. Bingley will also submit regular mental health reports, and is not permitted to share images or videos with anybody outside his immediate family.

An investigation by SMCM’s Public Safety office and the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Department charged Bingley with recording, preparing and uploading videos of men using the bathroom, uploaded with titles such as “Cute Boy Takes a Gassy Poop” and “Big Daddy Has Diarrhea Explosion.”

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