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Jean Paul Manoux, star of Spun Out, charged with voyeurism

A star of the CTV sitcom Spun Out has been charged by Toronto police with voyeurism.

Toronto police allege rented condo was rigged with hidden cameras connected to internet

Spun Out star Jean Paul (J.P.) Manoux has also appeared on the series Community, The Replacements and ER, according to the Internet Movie Database. (CTV)

A star of the CTV sitcom Spun Out has been charged by Toronto police with voyeurism. 

Jean Paul Manoux was arrested on Tuesday after two women said they found hidden cameras and video equipment connected to the internet in a condo they had rented from him, according to investigators at 14 Division. 

The 45-year-old actor, who lives in Los Angeles, is due to appear in a Toronto court on Wednesday morning. 

Manoux currently plays Bryce on Spun Out. The series was due to return for a second season on March 5. But in a statement released late Tuesday, CTV said all broadcasts — including a post-Super Bowl sneak preview on Feb. 1 — have been suspended "indefinitely." 

The network said it was "shocked" by the arrest and allegations. 

Manoux's other credits, as J.P. Manoux, include appearances on the series Community, The Replacements and ER according to the Internet Movie Database.

Police say Manoux has rented the condo at 1171 Queen St. W., near Dufferin Street, before, and that there may be other victims. 

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-1400, or Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS. 

Police allege the condo rented out to women by J.P. Manoux at 1171 Queen St. W. was rigged with hidden cameras. (Google Maps)

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