Zionsville swim instructor sentenced for child exploitation, voyeurism

Posted at 4:47 PM, Mar 07, 2018

ZIONSVILLE, Ind. -- A former employee at a Zionsville youth sports academy was sentenced Tuesday to one year in community corrections for filming an underage coworker in a changing room.

Lee Camden, 24, was arrested in March 2017 on charges of child exploitation and voyeurism after a 17-year-old coworker told police Camden had filmed her in the locker room at their employer, InterActive Academy in Zionsville.

Camden, who was a swimming instructor at the school, pleaded guilty earlier this year.

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On Tuesday, a Boone County judge sentenced Camden to four years, with three of those suspended. The remaining year will be served in community corrections.

The judge also sentenced Camden to sex offender probation and ordered him to register as a sex offender.

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Camden was one of two InterActive Academy employees charged with inappropriate conduct with minors in a five-month period. In November 2016, former gymnastics coach Kenneth Arnold, then 28, was charged with two  counts of child molestation and one count of battery after a young girl reported he had touched her under her leotard during training.

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Arnold is still awaiting trial in that case.