The former diving coach at Towson University pleaded guilty Wednesday to placing a cell phone in a locker room and secretly recording members of a team that once considered her to be "a second mom."
Maureen Mead, 43, received three years of probation before judgment for the October incident. In a plea agreement with prosecutors, Mead pleaded guilty in Baltimore County Circuit Court to visual surveillance – also known as "peeping Tom" – and altering physical evidence. Prosecutors dropped a felony wiretap charge.
Mead, who was fired, is married to former Towson head swimming coach Pat Mead, who resigned in December.
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