Princeton student accused of invasion of privacy
- Princeton University student Richard C. Tuckwell is charged with invasion of privacy following a fellow student's accusation that Tuckwell took sexually explicit photos of him while he was sleeping.
- The victim, who also alleges he was sexually assaulted, says he had been drinking during the school's Lawn Party weekend and fell asleep in a dorm in 1939 Hall when Tuckwell, an acquaintance, began taking explicit photos of him without his consent.
- The episode, which ended after the victim awoke to find Tuckwell on top of him holding the camera, comes two years after another high-profile invasion of privacy case at Rutgers University that resulted in the suicide of student Tyler Clementi.
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A Princeton University student has been charged with invasion of privacy after a fellow student accused him of taking sexually explicit photographs of him while he slept. ...
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