Andrew Macrae, 43, VP of finance and strategic initiatives at Live Nation Entertainment, has been arrested by police for using a video device to film up women’s skirts in public.
Macrae was spotted by an off-duty officer using the device, which he placed between victims’ legs.
After his arrest, officers found approximately 49,000 additional images of a female neighbor and recent house guest during a routine search.
Macrae is married with children; he admitted to one count of “outraging public decency” as well as seven counts of “voyeurism for the purpose of sexual gratification” over a period of three years.
Macrae began working at Live Nation in 2004, and was let go by the company in July 2017 following his arrest.
Live Nation said in a statement: “This matter is still before the courts and as such we are unable to comment on the case. We can confirm that these charges have been made against the individual personally and that he was terminated by Live Nation Entertainment in July 2017 following his arrest. Live Nation strongly condemns Macrae’s acts and is outraged by his offensive and criminal behavior which has no place at our company, city or the world at large.”