Jorge Diaz Vega allegedly told detectives he covertly filmed hundreds of women at Disney’s Hollywood Studios park near Orlando. He was arrested on suspicion of voyeurism.

Posted BY: Teresa | NwoReport

An ex-employee at Walt Disney World in Florida has allegedly told police that he covertly shot videos up the skirts and dresses of more than 500 female guests at the theme park over the past six years.

Jorge Diaz Vega, 26, worked at the Star Wars gift shop inside Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park near Orlando until he was recently arrested on a count of video voyeurism.

That is a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison in Florida.

According to court records submitted by Orange County Sheriff’s detectives, Vega was allegedly seen shooting a video up an 18-year-old woman’s skirt by a witness.

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The woman told security officers she had not been aware of Vega’s actions.

Detectives claimed Vega freely admitted during questioning that he takes the videos as a “guilty pleasure” and showed them multiple examples on his mobile phone.

He was arrested on March 31 and released on $2,500 bail.

Disney World said on Sunday that Vega doesn’t currently work for the company.

The sheriff’s office would not comment on whether they are pursuing more charges against Vega.

Neither the sheriff’s office nor Disney would say whether they were looking to identify the other women who Vega allegedly videoed.