The identity of an Adelaide chiropractor who confessed to secretly filming hundreds of clients while they undressed in his practice has been revealed.
District Court Judge Paul Muscat has today lifted the suppression order which masked the identity of the chiropractor who has now been revealed to be a man named Peter Snodgrass.
Snodgrass plead guilty over 200 charges between 2012 - 2017 at his practice in Rostrevor, where he secretly filmed clients (including women and children) as well as indecently assaulting others.
The case has potential to be moved from the District Court to the Supreme Court, but will be decided after Snodgrass is reviewed by a forensic psychologist.
Snodgrass had allegedly set up a fixed camera to film clients in his changeroom, and in two incidents, used a handheld camera to film women whilst he massaged them.