A PERVERTED doctor was jailed for two years and eight months for spying on housemates, friends, colleagues and hacking the details of 2000 potential women victims.

Vinesh Godhania used a tiny pin-hole camera to secretly record women having sex, showers and using the bathroom at his address.

He covertly filmed doctors, nurses and the mother of a child patient at Basildon Hospital.

The 33-year-old, from Norwich, also used hardware on NHS computers to access email addresses and passwords for colleagues.

He accessed victims’ iCloud accounts and downloaded naked selfies, sexual acts and private intimate conversations, St Albans crown court heard.

Prosecutor Michael Roques said the offences were carried out between 2012 and 2020 when Godhania was a medical student and then a fully qualified doctor.

On 25 November last year the police raided his home and seized a tower, a computer and USB sticks.

“The defendant had been storing data on hundreds of different women. There were sexually explicit photos and videos along with email and social media account details and passwords,” said the prosecutor.

Mr Roques said the married doctor had used a pin hole camera in an electronic toothbrush to covertly film women and visitors at addresses in Essex.

The prosecutor said he plugged a USB into NHS Trust computers which followed key strokes. It enabled him to obtain email address and passwords for colleagues.

He had also accessed iCloud accounts of different victims. Downloads included naked selfies, sexual acts and private conversations.

The prosecution said there were 2,000 separate female potential targets.

Godhania of Marlingsford Way, pleaded guilty to seven charges of voyeurism and eight of unauthorised access to computer material

Defending James Scobie QC said: “It is an isolated individual’s offending. The defendant stopped being a doctor in 2016 because he appreciated what breach of trust he was involved with.

“It is highly unlikely he will be back before the courts. He has lost his career and it is inevitable he will be struck off.”

Jailing him, Judge Richard Foster said he had been guilty of a gross breach of trust and multiple offending.

He said: “You came to the attention of the police through the repeated use of the WeLeak website. On 25 November last year a number of electronic items were seized and the horrific extent of your criminal conduct over many years was revealed.”

He must register as a sex offender for life.