A middle school principal in Texas was indicted Thursday after secretly videotaping inside a girls locker room, ABC news said.
The video, which was taken during the halftime of a basketball game, was anonymously mailed to the school board, who then turned it into police, ABC said.
No indecent images were on the video and it is believed that the purpose of the recording was to see the coach's interaction with the team, ABC said.
The principal of five years, Wendee Long, 46, was put on administrative leave after the charges were filed, the Denton Record-Chronicle said.
Long and her attorney, Daniel K. Peugh, both maintain that she did not violate any law, the Denton Record-Chronicle said.
If convicted of all charges, Long could face up to 20 year in prison, ABC said.