Amateur soccer coach accused of filming female players changing clothes | inside World Soccer

An amateur soccer coach faces charges of voyeurism for allegedly videotaping two female players changing clothes at his home.

Craig Rhodis has been suspended from his duties at the Fairfield Optimist Soccer Club
Craig Rhodis has been suspended from his duties at the Fairfield Optimist Soccer Club

Butler County Sheriff's official said they began investigating after a 17-year-old girl complained that she believed she was video recorded while changing clothes in a bathroom at the home of Craig Rhodis.

The 42-year-old was the director of coaching and training for the Fairfield Optimist Soccer Club, but was suspended immediately after his arrest.

A further investigation found a second alleged victim, who is 21 and also video-recorded while changing clothes at Rhodis' home.

"Through some manipulation of this, he was able to get them to go into the restroom several different items and change different attire," Sgt. Rob Whitlock told FOX45.

"She noticed a phone sitting on the bathroom counter and she believed she was being recorded."

Rhodis was booked at the Butler County and then released on a $2,000 bond Monday night.


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