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Texas mom accused of placing camera in locker room

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DENTON, Texas (AP) - A North Texas middle school principal is accused of placing a hidden video camera in a locker room during her daughter's high school basketball game to see if the coach yelled too much.

Wendee Long was indicted by a Denton County grand jury last week on two felony charges: improper photography and wiretapping. Long turned herself in this week, and jail records show she was released after posting $25,000 bail.

Her attorney, Daniel Peugh, says his client has not violated any law and will be cleared of wrongdoing.

Authorities received the tape after Argyle High School's game in Sanger in February. They say information also implicated Long's 17-year-old daughter, who was not indicted.

Long is principal of a Fort Worth-area middle school and has been placed on leave.

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