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ABOUT: Acompany director who secretly filmed a woman tenant showering naked in his rented home was spared instant jail today despite a judge revealing that he had made his victim panic-stricken and anxious.Mark Horsey stood up in the dock and thanked Judge Jonathan Black for giving him a suspended sentence.The landlord issued a bizarre set of conditions for his all-women tenants, including one rule which said specifically: 'It's okay to stand up in the shower.' A jury heard that this was because he was standing on a ladder to film one of the women through a glass window above the bathroom door.A video clip showing her naked was found on his computer.It was months after the incidents that the victim became aware she had been filmed by Horsey when police showed her the video clip.She soon began suffering from hysterical outbursts and developed a tremor, the court heard.Horsey had rolled his eyes to the ceiling when a jury of seven women and five men convicted him of one count of voyuerism in a unanimous verdict at Guildford Crown Court.The 59-year-old had denied locking himself into an adjacent study at the house in Guildford, to clamber up a step-ladder to film one tenant through a gap in the window above the bathroom door, the court had been told.The director, who provides financial services for around 150 dentists, claimed the step-ladder was to 'swat away cobwebs off the ceiling' and 'change light bulbs' and he had never entered the bathroom in his 10 years of owning the four-bedroom home.A one-minute mobile phone clip was found copied onto the father-of-two's well-organised laptop in a file labelled 'Good Files' but he claimed he had never seen the file or video and instead blamed one of the women's boyfriends for taking the footage.His victim had moved out of the house after staying there for about five or six months but it wasn't until the summer of 2016 that police made her aware that there was a video of herself in the bathroom taking a shower.Selena Jones, prosecuting at Guildford Crown Court, read out a lengthy victim impact statement written by the woman, who suffers with anxiety.Horsey had secretly filmed while she showered in his rental home.Ms Jones told the court the victim had written: 'Like everyone, I would like to call myself a strong and powerful woman but this incident has affected my anxiety to a large extent.'Although nothing physically was done to me, seeing the footage leaves me feeling very anxious.'The evening spent in the police station was fine.However, when I was in bed later that night, the realisation of what had happened hit me and I experienced hysterical outbursts leading to a panic attack.I couldn't believe this had happened to me.'The worst situation was having to tell my father and my partner, the two men I respect most in the world.'It is silly to think, but I can't help thinking that I have done something wrong.I found myself initia