"House Of Secrets," is a Lifetime movie possibly inspired by the true story of Catherine Zang and divorce attorney Mary Jill Donovon. "House Of Secrets" premiered on Lifetime in 2014. It is directed by Kevin L. Powers and Fred Olen Ray. It is based on a screenplay by writers Michael Ciminera and Richard Gnolfo. (Cast stars: Bianca Lawson, Brendan Fehr and Neil Jackson)
"House Of Secrets" synopsis/plot
A recently divorced woman suspects someone of breaking into her home. Upon further investigation it comes to light that her ex-husband has placed spy cams in her home to keep up with her every move.
According to Traciy Curry-Reyes, writer for the Movies Based On True Stories Archives, the story was most likely based on an Ohio case involving Catherine Zang aka Katherine Zang. It was a sensational case that made national headlines in 2012, when her ex-husband Joe Zhang secretly recorded his wife's daily activities. Court records show, Joe Zhang, a building contractor, placed hidden cameras behind wall plug outlets to spy on his wife and her relatives, according to ABC News.
Joe Zang and his lawyer Mary Jill Donovan were sued by Catherine Zang.