Prosecutors say Wendee Long, a principal at Wayside Middle School in Fort Worth, planted the camera to see how her daughters' new coach talked to the team after they complained to their mother the coach yelled too much.
Long's daughter, 17, got the camera into the locker room and hid it, prosecutors say. The daughter is not facing any charges and authorities say the camera didn't record anything inappropriate.
But Long was arrested Monday and faces charges of improper photography and wiretapping. If convicted, she could face a $25,000 fine or 20 years in prison. Long was released Tuesday on a $25,000 bond, according to ABC News station WFAA-TV.
"The intent is to invade someone's privacy," Denton County Assistant District Attorney Jamie Beck said.
Long was caught after someone anonymously sent the video to the superintendent and severalRead More »from Texas Principal Accused of Planting Camera in Locker Room