MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A hockey camp athletic trainer is accused of filming a 14-year-old girl as she showered at an ice arena up north.

According to documents filed in Crow Wing County, 32-year-old James William Diffley, of Maple Grove, was charged last week with interfering with a minor’s privacy, a felony.

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A criminal complaint says the crime happened last Monday at the Breezy Point Ice Arena, which was hosting an all-girl hockey camp. A 15-year-old witness told police she saw Diffley, a camp athletic trainer, in the locker room reaching around a wall with his phone as a 14-year-old girl showered.

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The witness said she confronted Diffley, who promptly put his phone away and left the building. Surveillance video caught him leaving.

The complaint says authorities found Diffley at a nearby resort, where he admitting to filming the girl as she showered.

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If convicted, Diffley could face two years in prison and/or a $5,000 fine.