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Terry Alan Grossman sentencing is rescheduled

The sentencing of a former Lexington businessman accused of taking nude photographs of University of Kentucky students without their permission was rescheduled Friday.

Terry Alan Grossman, owner of the now-defunct Mad Hatter hat shop, is now scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 28. He was slated to be sentenced Friday after pleading guilty in September to 12 counts of voyeurism and one count each of second-degree burglary, receiving stolen property and possession of burglary tools.

Grossman, 55, was arrested in mid-December after police said he tried to break into the Crescent Avenue home of several female UK students he had previously recorded. While out on bond, Grossman was charged with receiving stolen property for allegedly driving a stolen car. He was indicted by a grand jury in February.

Prosecutors recommended Grossman be sentenced to 10 years in prison on the felony burglary charge and 12 months on each of the other 14 misdemeanor charges.

One of Grossman's attorneys, Fred Peters, said the case was continued to allow Fayette Circuit Judge Thomas Clark time to view reports and evaluations related to the case.