Authorities have accused a Johnson County lawyer of filming female employees with a hidden camera.</p><p>Jeremiah Johnson, 32, was arraigned Thursday in Johnson County District Court on two misdemeanor counts. He entered not guilty pleas.</p><p>The charges involve alleged incidents last year at his law office in Olathe.</p><p>Last year, three former employees filed a civil suit in federal court accusing him of invasion of privacy.</p><p>According to their lawsuit, Johnson encouraged them to wear “skirts and high heels” while working in the office. He instructed them to sit at a particular desk in the office and allegedly positioned devices that secretly recorded their legs and lower torso and between their legs, according to the lawsuit.</p><p>Neither Johnson nor his lawyer returned calls for comment Friday.
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