'American Idol' winner Laine Hardy is accused of bugging an ex-girlfriend's dorm
"American Idol" winner Laine Hardy was arrested Friday after being accused of putting a listening device in his ex-girlfriend's college dorm room, authorities said.
Hardy, 21, of Livingston, Louisiana, faces a felony charge of interception and disclosure of wire, electronic or oral communication,
Hardy surrendered to the LSU Police Department and was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison.
A spokesman for Hardy, who is not an LSU student, did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.
Holthaus did not immediately respond to a telephone message from The Associated Press seeking comment.
According to the arrest warrant, a woman and her roommate found a recording device inside their dorm room on April 6.
The following day, they reported the finding to LSU police. The woman told police she found the device, which looked like a phone charger, under her futon, the warrant stated.
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