San Luis Obispo, CA — In the wake of a hidden camera investigation, CCC Fitness, a 24-hour women’s-only gym located at 81 Higuera St., Ste. 130, has been listed for sale. A prominent sign reading “Gym for sale” graces the entrance, and the gym’s Instagram page notes that they are actively considering offers.
The gym’s owner, Cole Corrigan, came under scrutiny following a client’s report in late August, stating the discovery of a concealed camera in the gym’s changing room. Corrigan later confirmed, in an interview with The Tribune, that he had indeed placed the camera within the restroom, justifying it as an attempt to apprehend a suspected thief.
Subsequently, Corrigan was taken into custody on September 13 after a search warrant was executed at a residence on the 2000 block of Bayview Avenue in Morro Bay. During the search, authorities uncovered an unregistered firearm, commonly referred to as a “ghost gun,” along with narcotics. The San Luis Obispo police disclosed that due to Corrigan’s previous felony drug-related conviction, he was prohibited from possessing any firearm or ammunition. As a result, Corrigan faced charges encompassing both misdemeanors and felonies, including drug and gun-related offenses, to which he has entered a plea of not guilty.
The investigation into the hidden camera case remains ongoing, with law enforcement officials indicating they are in the process of scrutinizing electronic data pertinent to the matter. They have also conveyed their intention to bring forth at least one additional charge associated with the hidden camera investigation to the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office.
Currently, Cole Corrigan is not in custody and is scheduled for a pre-preliminary hearing on November 28.