Princeton student charged with invasion of privacy
PRINCETON, N.J. - September 24, 2012 (WPVI) -- Authorities have accused a Princeton University student of taking sexually explicit photos of a fellow male student without his consent.
Police have charged 20-year-old Richard Tuckwell of invasion of privacy. Tuckwell is an Australian citizen.
Police say Tuckwell and the other man had met earlier in the day at a party. Police say they returned to a dorm room where the man fell asleep after consuming alcoholic beverages.
Police say the man awoke and saw Tuckwell photographing him with a cellphone camera.
Officials don't believe the photos were distributed to anyone else.
Authorities are also investigation whether the man was sexually assaulted.
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