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Published On: Sun, Sep 8th, 2019

Sex offender Peter Hartley arrested filming women at Pinewood Studios during James Bond, ‘No Time to Die’ production

A convicted sex offender named Peter Hartley has been arrested for filming at least 30 women in the restroom of Britain’s Pinewood Studios during the production of the new James Bond film, No Time To Die.

Hartley, 50, surrendered to police after the motion sensitive device was discovered by a female crew member (a prop handler) who saw light refract off the lens and used a screwdriver to remove a grill cover and find the small camera.

The woman, whose identity wasn’t released spoke to The Independent.

“I am not eating or sleeping properly and I don’t feel safe anywhere – I check the whole house for cameras…I don’t doubt that I will check every bathroom I go into for the rest of my life.”

Later she added: “I don’t believe he has any remorse. This was a deliberate act using high definition, wide angle and vibration-triggered equipment. He knew exactly what he was doing and must have seen the damage [to the victims] last time.”

Hartley, of Uxbridge, West London, has a record of voyeurism, similar arrested and was sentenced to 16 months.

When asked by police why he had placed the device in the studio toilets, he said: “I suppose sexual gratification is the main reason, as I’ve learned from my past whenever something bad or stressful happens I act out.”

Judge Francis Sheridan called him “a disgusting individual” as he also ordered him to be listed on the sex offenders registry for 10 years, according to The Sun.

Peter Hartley sex offender

Peter Hartley

The 25th Bond film will be titled No Time To Die, with Daniel Craig returning to the famous spy role.

Rami Malek (Mr Robot, Bohemian Rhapsody) is playing the antagonist, described as “a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.”

There are also rumors that Christoph Waltz will be back as Bond nemesis Blofeld, but that’s yet to be confirmed.

Speaking of rumors, another states that while Bond has been in retirement, his 007 designation has been taken over by a new agent, played by Captain Marvel co-star Lashana Lynch. This rumor has spawned a “female Bond” movement, met with mixed responses.

Craig has had amazing success as Bond with Casino Royale considered on of the best ones, Quatnum of Solace and Spectre were met with mixed reviews, but found success at the box office.

Cary Fukunaga is directing, marking the first time an American has directed a Bond film, from a script by Scott Z. Burns and Phoebe Waller-Bridge.

No Time to Die also stars Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Léa Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Ana de Armas, and Jeffrey Wright.

No Time to Die opens in theaters April 8, 2020.

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