SLO gym owner begins serving sentence for filming patrons

December 20, 2023

SLO gym owner Cole Corrigan


San Luis Obispo gym owner Cole Corrigan surrender to law enforcement on Tuesday to begin a one-year sentence for illegally filming partially dressed women and for a weapons charge.

San Luis Obispo County Superior Court Judge Jesse Marino agreed to delay Corrigan’s sentencing from Dec. 19 until Jan. 30 to give  prosecutors and Corrigan’s defense attorney time to sort out probation terms. Even so, Corrigan was required to begin serving his one year sentence on Tuesday.

If Corrigan stays out of trouble, it is likely he will be released from jail in six months.

Last month, Corrigan admitted to filming two women who were changing in the bathroom of CCC Fitness for his own sexual gratification and to being a felon in possession of a firearm. As part of his plea deal, Corrigan agreed to a one year jail sentence, two years probation and to not contact the two female victims for at least 10 years.


Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

As part of his plea deal, does he get to keep his tapes?

Hopefully Heidi Harmon will join him soon.

San Luis High has a job for him after he gets out. Dr Prater must be salivating over the possibility to get talent like this.

I don’t get it; how can he start serving time if he hasn’t been sentenced? Must be just the probation part.

Probably got a plea deal. Pretty boy will likely be the darling of the other prisoners.