Former nurse arrested months after putting hidden camera in bathroom

POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – A former nurse was taken into custody Tuesday, months after he allegedly placed a hidden camera inside a tissue box that was inside a unisex bathroom at 1st Step Behaviorial Health in Pompano Beach.

The Florida Department of Health suspended Davidson Rozier’s nursing license after the camera was discovered earlier this year.

According to an arrest affidavit, an employee cleaning the bathroom discovered the hidden camera on Jan. 11.

Authorities said the camera had been placed inside of a tissue box that had three makeshift holes and paper towels to prop the camera.

Management at the health center notified authorities after reviewing the SD card from the camera and seeing footage of Rozier, 32, setting up the camera, the affidavit stated.

Authorities said Rozier’s face and name tag were clearly visible in the video.

They said the video also shows Rozier using the restroom, in an

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Joss Whedon Exits HBO Drama ‘The Nevers’

Joss Whedon is departing the HBO drama “The Nevers,” where he was set to write, direct and serve as showrunner.“We have parted ways with Joss Whedon. We remain excited about the future of ‘The Nevers’ and look forward to its premiere in the summer of 2021,” HBO said in a statement.“The Nevers” is an epic science-fiction drama about a gang of Victorian women who find themselves with unusual abilities and relentless enemies, and are on a mission that might change the world. The series is still expected to premiere next summer.Also Read: HBO Max Wades Into the ‘Is ‘Die Hard’ a Christmas Movie?’ Debate“The Nevers” was picked up straight-to-series in 2018 and was set to be Whedon’s first TV project since “Dollhouse,” which ran on Fox from 2009-2010.“This year of unprecedented challenges has impacted my life and perspective in ways I

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Prefabricated Bathroom Pods Market Size : Technological Advancement and Growth Analysis with Forecast to 2025

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NJ School Board Member Resigns After Accidentally Broadcasting Bathroom Break

KEY POINTS

  • The incident happened during a board meeting
  • The video was broadcasted to nearly 150 people

A New Jersey School board member, who has been in the eye of a controversy over her stance on the LGBT curriculum resigned Tuesday, after accidentally broadcasting her bathroom break.

Frances Cogelja resigned as a trustee of the Hackensack Board of Education after a Zoom mishap Monday night. During the public comment phase of a board meeting, Cogelja took her laptop along while she went to the toilet without realizing that the camera was on.

The embarrassing video of her relieving herself was broadcasted live to nearly 150 participants, including students. None of the participants commented anything about it, until after she returned from the toilet trip.

toilet Cogelja took her laptop along while she went to the toilet without realizing that the camera was on. Photo: pixabay

A while later, Vice President Scott

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7 Gorgeous Bathroom Design Trends to Use in 2021

7 Gorgeous Bathroom Design Trends to Use in 2021Photo From Envato Elements

Originally Posted On: 7 Gorgeous Bathroom Design Trends to Use in 2021 – BayBridge Bath

 

Your bathroom isn’t what it used to be. It’s not a scourge on your home or anything, but it’s looking a little rundown. Not to mention, it’s grown antiquated, failing to keep up with modern trends and styles.

That’s why you’ve come here. You’re looking to facilitate a bathroom remodeling project. Fortunately, we have some ideas for you.

Without further ado, here are 7 gorgeous bathroom design trends to use in 2021.

1. COLOR UP THAT BATHTUB

black bathtub

Walk into your bathroom, your sister’s bathroom, your neighbor’s bathroom, or otherwise, and there’s about a 95% chance that you’re going to encounter a white bathtub. White bathtubs have been the default for decades and decades and are still extraordinarily popular to this day.

However, there appears to be a bit of a change

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Zoom call in bathroom ends school board member’s career

A New Jersey woman who once said she was “disgusted” by LGBT curriculum flushed her career on a local school board down the toilet this week by accidentally broadcasting her bathroom break on Zoom during a public meeting.

Frances Cogelja resigned as a trustee of the Hackensack Board of Education in New Jersey over the embarrassing video fail Monday night when she brought her laptop into the bathroom to relieve herself, according to the Daily Voice.

Ms Cogelja apparently was unaware she’d left the camera on – and her trip to the toilet was witnessed by nearly 140 attendees of the virtual meeting, including students.

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The board’s vice president, Scott James-Vickery, addressed the NSFW spectacle later on.

“As far as I’m concerned, while our teachers are being professional and you’re at home, sitting on the toilet,

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New Jersey school board member resigned after she accidentally left Zoom on while going to bathroom

New Jersey school board member resigned after she accidentally left her Zoom on while going to the bathroom in a public meeting with 140 people

  • Frances Cogelja tendered resignation on Tuesday after her mishap on Zoom 
  • Cogelja was a trustee for Hackensack, New Jersey’s Board of Education 
  • She attended a Zoom meeting on Monday night along with 150 other members 
  • During a bathroom break, she forgot to turn off the camera on her laptop 
  • The other attendees of the Zoom meeting could see her on the toilet
  • Cogelja last year said she opposed teaching LGBTQ history, igniting controversy

Frances Cogelja resigned from her position as trustee of the Hackensack, New Jersey, Board of Education on Tuesday

A trustee on the board of education in Hackensack, New Jersey, has resigned after she accidentally

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School board member resigns after Zoom meeting bathroom mishap

A New Jersey woman who once said she was “disgusted” by LGBT curriculum flushed her career on a local school board down the toilet this week by accidentally broadcasting her bathroom break on Zoom during a public meeting.

Frances Cogelja resigned as a trustee of the Hackensack Board of Education over the embarrassing video fail Monday night when she brought her laptop into the bathroom to relieve herself, according to the Daily Voice.

Cogelja apparently was unaware she’d left the camera on — and her trip to the toilet was witnessed by nearly 140 attendees of the virtual meeting, including students.

The board’s Vice President Scott James-Vickery addressed the NSFW spectacle later on.

“As far as I’m concerned, while our teachers are being professional and you’re at home, sitting on the toilet, we are moving on with this district doing what’s best,” he said.

Cogelja’s resignation was announced by the

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Are YOUR bad bathroom habits damaging your health?

While this year has seen us washing our hands more than ever, some of us may still be guilty of making the most basic hygiene mistakes at home, especially in the bathroom.

Intimate health expert Stephanie Taylor, managing director of StressNoMore, has revealed how common mistakes could potentially lead to more serious problems, including urinary tract infections and pelvic floor damage. 

Bad habits include spending too long on the loo, taking your phone with you into the bathroom and leaving your wet towels lying around after showering. 

She also advised keeping toothbrushes in a cabinet or investing in a head protector to avoid potentially harmful bacteria from the toilet transferring into your mouth.  

Intimate health expert Stephanie Taylor has revealed how common bathroom mistakes could potentially lead to more serious problems. Stock image

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It can be tempting to take your time when going to the toilet

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Serial sex offender Jared Walter indicted for invasion of privacy

Jared Walter has a history of cutting, gluing or masturbating into women’s hair on TriMet buses and trains.

PORTLAND, Ore. — A Multnomah County grand jury indicted Jared Walter, a serial sex offender, for invasion of personal privacy after he allegedly took a photo or video of a woman inside a bathroom stall at the Lloyd Center mall in Portland earlier this month, the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office reported.

Walter was arrested on Nov. 14. The grand jury charged him on Tuesday with one count of first-degree invasion of personal privacy, one count of first-degree attempted invasion of personal privacy, one count of second-degree invasion of personal privacy and one count of second-degree disorderly conduct.

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On Nov. 14, Portland police received a report at 12:20 p.m. of a sex offense at the

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