RDU airport fires, bans employee after reports he took and shared 'upskirt' pictures of women

MORRISVILLE, N.C. (WTVD) -- A Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority employee was arrested Jan. 29 and charged with "secret peeping" with warrants revealing he took photos underneath women's clothing.

Brennan Stevenson, 30, faces 36 felony charges including secret peeping, disseminating image obtained from peeping and possessing photographic image from peeping.

RDU officers arrested Stevenson as soon as they uncovered the illegal activity. Court documents said Stevenson used his cell phone to take thousands of 'upskirt' photos, posting them on social media and even making money selling some of the pictures.

A source tells ABC11 Stevenson was taking photos in a heavily-trafficked part of the airport.

Police said he was secretly peeping from May 2019 to the day he was arrested.


Stevenson is no longer an employee and is additionally banned from airport property.

Law enforcement has not released any details about where the alleged crimes took place or if they involved employees or passengers at the airport.
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