Long-term care worker in Ontario charged with voyeurism 1

Long-term care worker in Ontario charged with voyeurism

 

A personal support worker is facing charges for allegedly taking intimate images of a vulnerable resident at a care home in Guelph.

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12 comments

    1. Kyla Elizabeth Skjonsby, 22-years-old of Cambridge, has been charged with Voyeurism and Distribute Voyeurism Material.

  1. Yes Natalie Mehra, this is exactly what long term care homes are like. It is also why Diamond and Diamond law firm has a class action lawsuit against Revere ltc. Stop lieing and try doing a better job of caring for our seniors.

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