The California gym owner who hid a camera in the bathroom is now selling his business
The gym owner, who admitted to placing a hidden camera in the bathroom, said the business is for sale, he confirmed to the Tribune on Friday.
Cole Corrigan, 35, told the Tribune: Exclusive interview He placed a camera in the bathroom at CCC Fitness on August 29 to catch someone he believed was stealing from him.
Instead, a new member found the camera and eventually She reported this to the police.
“That was the worst decision I’ve ever made in my entire life,” Corrigan said of hiding the camera.
At the time, CCC Fitness described itself as a “24-hour women’s gym.”
Following the incident, detectives Submit a search warrant on Sept. 13 at his residence, where they found a “ghost gun” and a “misdemeanor quantity” of testosterone, court records show.
San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office Corrigan accused With three felonies: felony possession of a firearm, felony possession of ammunition, and possession of an undetectable firearm. He was also charged with two misdemeanors: using an object to display an area of privacy and possession of testosterone.
The Tribune investigation found that Corrigan had Seven previous convictions For committing various crimes, including felony drug charges, public drunkenness, drunk driving, and prowling, between 2006 and 2008. However, all of those convictions were expunged from his record in 2018, court documents show.
Corrigan Not guilty For the charges on September 27.
The gym went up for sale on Tuesday, according to Corrigan’s Instagram account. It comes with high-quality gym equipment, a massage room, a cold plunge pool and a sauna, he said in his post.
He is currently receiving offers and could be I reached out via his Instagram accountsccc.cole and cccfitness.
In the interview with the Tribune, Corrigan said he regrets his decision to try to catch a thief by hiding a camera and hopes he can create a safe space for fitness moving forward.
“The clear hope is to bring back those who are willing to listen to them and give them a chance to rebuild trust,” Corrigan said at the time. “It’s a big ask, I understand. But it’s what I feel I need to do.”