Stamford Police Charge Greenwich Man with Voyeurism

A Greenwich man was arrested on January 4 by Stamford Police and charged with three counts of Voyeurism, which is a Class D felony, for allegedly creating lewd videos of women without their knowledge.

According to the CT Judicial Branch website the incidents occurred on Aug 19, 2015, Aug 22, 2015, and Jan 2, 2017.

Timothy Gemelli, 52, of Taconic Road, who owns The PhotoBooth Lounge, a photo booth business used for weddings and parties, is accused of creating “upskirt” videos which he created by using a camera pointing up from the floor.

On Gemelli’s LinkedIn profile he says he has owned The PhotoBooth Lounge since January 2009.

Think irreplaceable, candid, spontaneous memories — the ultimate party favor and crowd pleaser! …Our booths take high quality digital images, then immediately print classic photostrips,” the LinkedIn profile says. “…The entire process from entering the booth to having the strip in your hand takes as little as 45 seconds. …Our booths are flexible enough to fit any décor or theme, so we are sure to accomodate your space.”

Gemelli’s bond was set at $50,000 which he was able to post. He has a date in Stamford Superior Court on Feb 9, 2019.