• Former Grizzlies PA announcer indicted for taking pictures up women's skirts at church


    MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Former Memphis Grizzlies public address announcer and worship leader Rick Trotter has been officially indicted on four counts of unlawfully photographing women under their skirts at church. 

    41-year-old Trotter is out on bond. 

    Officials at The Downtown Church filed a complaint with the Memphis Police Department in May of 2016 claiming Trotter was using his church-issued phone to take videos under a woman's skirt as he kneeled behind her. 

    MPD said an investigation found additional videos up female church goers' skirts that had been downloaded onto a church-issued laptop. 

    The victims range in age from 29 to 63 and identified themselves by clothing, voice, and surroundings. 

    MPD said Trotter admitted to making the recordings to both the church and police. 

    Trotter faces 11 months 29 days in jail and a fine of $2,500 on each one of his four charges if convicted. 

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