Ex-FBI agent Ryan Seese’s Peeping Tom conviction may seem rather tame in comparison to the convictions of others he’ll be living with.
A Dauphin County, Pa. Judge Bernard L. Coates Jr. sentenced him Tuesday to 1 to 23 1/2 months in prison for Peeping Tom incidents at a Hershey, Pa. middle school and at a gym, The Patriot-News reported.
The former agent pleaded guilty in August to criminal trespass, invasion of privacy and disorderly conduct after he was busted for spying on two teens in May inside a girl’s bathroom during a concert at Hershey Middle School, the paper reported.
On Tuesday, he also pleaded guilty Tto hiding in a women’s gym in Hershey, Pa. in February, the paper reported.
He left the FBI in 2007 after he was convicted of a Peeping Tom incident at a woman’s bathroom at the University of Arizona, the paper reported.
The paper reported that Seese said he faced trauma after the death of his young son in 2005 and his divorce.
“I don’t know when my addictive behavior became out of control,” he told the judge, according to the paper.