American actor J.P. Manoux was arrested in Toronto on Tuesday after voluntarily turning himself in to face a voyeurism charge.
Two women, 27 and 25, were renting out Manoux’s condominium in the Canadian city when they called the police on Jan. 22 to report they had discovered hidden cameras and video equipment connected to the internet.
The Toronto Police Service said in a statement that the property has been rented out in the past, and they “believe there may be other victims.
The 45-year-old actor was living in Toronto for his regular role on CTV sitcom “Spun Out,” and is due in court on March 11. According to the network, “all future broadcast plans” for the show has been “indefinitely suspended.”
“CTV was shocked to learn tonight of the arrest of ‘Spun Out’ actor J.P. Manoux,” Scott Henderson, vice president of communications at Bell Media, said in a statement. “The charges against him are serious allegations. CTV will work with Spun Out producers Project 10 Productions to assist the Toronto Police Service in any way possible in their investigation.”
Manoux, originally from Santa Barbara, Calif., has over 140 acting credits to his name. He played Dr. Dustin Crenshaw on 24 episodes of “ER,” and has had guest star roles on shows including “Community,” “Modern Family” and “NCIS: Los Angeles.” Movie credits include “Knocked Up,” “The Day After Tomorrow” and “EuroTrip.”