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Video Voyeur The Susan Wilson Story is a fact-based movie based on the true story of Susan Wilson and Steven W. Glover. The Susan Wilson video voyeur movie came to Lifetime television on Monday, January 21, 2002, according to the New York Times. The movie was advertised as based on a true story. Video Voyeur stars Jamey Sheridan, Dale Midkiff and Angie Harmon as Susan Wilson.

The movie centers around Susan Wilson, a suburban mom living a comfortable life in her idyllic neighborhood. But soon, Susan can't shake the feeling that someone is watching her. The truth finally becomes apparent as she notices that her trusted neighbor and good friend seems to know some very intimate details about her, leading Susan to wonder if it is just her imagination or simple paranoia?

Video Voyeur The Susan Wilson Story is based on the shocking video voyeurism crime that occurred in Susan Wilson's home in Monroe, Louisiana, in the late 1990's and early 2000's. That's when Susan Wilson discovered that Steven W. Glover, a man in her neighborhood, was secretly video tapping footage of her and her family, according to ABC News. Susan began to suspect Steven Glover after he made certain comments about private things that had happened or that had been discussed in the privacy of her home. Her fears were confirmed when she went to his home and found a videotape that had footage of her bedroom.

Steven W. Glover had taped the family while they were in the bathroom and while Susan made love to her husband. Glover also watched as family members interacted with one another and had private conversations. After Steven W. Glover was arrested, Susan was shocked to learn that secretly taping someone without their knowledge was not unlawful, nor prosecutable.

Susan Wilson set out to change Louisiana video tapping laws. The Video Voyeurism Protection Act was finally passed, making it a federal crime, according to CBS.

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