Former NFL Player Catches Alleged Peeping Tom Outside Daughter's Window

Former NFL Player Catches Alleged Peeping Tom Outside Daughter's Window

Former NFL Player Catches Alleged Peeping Tom Outside Daughter's Window

Tony Beckham, a former National Football League defensive back, jumped into action when he discovered a peeping Tom outside his 15-year-old daughter's window.

Geoffrey Cassidy was arrested Monday morning outside former National Football League player Tony Beckham's Wellington home.

Reports state the teenage girl was just getting out of the shower and getting dressed prior to Cassidy being discovered.

"I waited for a second and I looked again", Beckham said.

According to WPBF, former Tennessee Titans player Tony Beckham said he was leaving his home at around 6:40 a.m. when he saw some movement by his house.

Cassidy was released after posting $1,500 bond and ordered to stay away from Beckham's daughter and the rest of the family.

A neighbor who heard the commotion called 911 and the resident held onto Cassidy until deputies arrived.

"I couldn't believe it", he said.

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"I caught him over there and we just had a good conversation", said Beckham, "He's never going to do that again on this side of town".

He was later booked into the local jail on a charge of lewd and lascivious exhibition.

"I'm sorry that it happened to me", Beckham said.

He hasn't played in the National Football League since 2007, but Tony Beckham proved he can still deliver a hit when it comes to protecting his family. To see a man out there belittling himself to get a fix off a kid?

Beckham's wife, Amanda, came outside and found her husband holding Cassidy on the ground before calling the police.

"I'm sorry that it happened to me".

WPLG-TV in Miami reports that Cassidy denied the sexual act, saying he was in the neighborhood because his vehicle broke down and he was waiting for it to cool.

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