CTV's "Spun Out," which recently completed production on its second season, is facing its own PR nightmare once again. The sitcom has been "indefinitely suspended" following the news that star Jean Paul "J.P." Manoux turned himself in to Toronto Police on Tuesday after being charged with one count of voyeurism.
The Toronto Star reported that two women, who rented a condo from the 45-year-old actor near Queen St. W. and Gladstone Ave., contacted police after finding a camera in the apartment. According to police, after they got the call on Jan. 22, an investigation was launched, which turned up hidden cameras that were connected to the Internet.
Manoux, who is an American with permanent residency in Canada, is set to appear at Old City Hall on March 11. If he is found guilty, he could reportedly face five years in prison, though this may be complicated by the potential of more victims (police said he had rented the condo out before).
Manoux with Paul Campbell (left) on Spun Out. (CTV)
According to the Star, Bell Media spokespersonRead More »from CTV sitcom 'Spun Out' suspended after star J.P. Manoux charged with voyeurism