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A CNBC director who worked on finance guru Suze Orman’s show has been accused of peeping on his teenage au pair with a spy-cam in a bathroom of his Westchester home, the Daily News has learned.

Dan Switzen, 44, hid a camera inside a tissue box in his home in Pleasantville, according to authorities. 13, his 18-year-old live-in nanny invited two of her friends, also 18, over to the house and one of them discovered the camera in the bathroom, sources said.

He said in his supplemental report that Connor's aunt came over and told him she was "grateful" the other officer "was there to help Officer Grossman because Officer Grossman seemed 'panicked' during the ordeal."Connor's lawyer, Timothy Scott, uploaded a 43-second excerpt to You Tube in which Grossman is heard asking the teen what he was doing and telling the boy to "stop walking away from me."[WATCH: Video excerpt posted by lawyer]The full body camera video is 21 minutes.

While the police department maintains that Grossman and the boy fell during the scuffle, Scott's description on You Tube is quite different -- "police officer detains a 14-year-old autistic boy and slams him to the ground."The short You Tube clip ended with Grossman telling Connor not to move, asking him if he understood and Connor yelling what sounded like, "I'm OK."Photos from Connor's lawyer show larges scrapes on his back and the back of his right arm, as well as a scrape near his right eye."The heartbreaking aspect of this case is that his family has always taught him that he can trust policemen and firemen but now he's terrified of the police," said Scott.

Connor had been left alone for just a few moments as his caretaker went across the street to visit a local business.