A former private wealth manager accused of filming his sexual encounters with various women—without their knowledge—may be caught up in his own words. According to the Post, one of the women recorded John Kelly admitting to the secret tapings.

Earlier this year, when Kelly was arraigned on 19 counts, including unlawful surveillance, he claimed that the tapes were accidentally leftover from when he was trying to film his dog. In court papers, he said, "I have this camera set up in my apartment to watch my dog when I'm not there. It's not on and sometimes stays on. So I accidentally recorded myself having sex because it's always recording."

However, Kelly allegedly uploaded the tapes to websites (you know, YouTube and Vimeo). The Post now reports:

“I’m not innocent, I’ve said exactly what I’ve done. I lied about having sex with someone else and I videotaped it for my own watching enjoyment. Which is weird but . . . ,” John C. Kelly, 32, told a former lover who secretly recorded his confession last year.

The son of noted civil attorney John Q. Kelly had actually videotaped the victim, 37, multiple times and the two other women over a dozen times in their most intimate moments without their consent between May 2011 and December 2012, prosecutors allege.

“I didn’t know that you were filming it and I trusted you,” the Ivy League grad responds in the secret recording. “It was once. And I had totally forgotten about it,” stammers Kelly. “Like I never had watched it.”

The victim then blasts the handsome, blond, blue-eyed Williams College grad for titling the creepy porno “India Research” in a flip reference to her ethnic background. “I remember thinking ‘That’s not funny’ when I read the name — like you could get something better than that,” he admits...

“Do you know how it feels?” the woman asks on the furtive recording of her tormentor. “E— saw my videos first, of like, me giving you [oral sex]. Do you know how embarrassing that is?”

However, Kelly did snap at her, "Big f-king deal. I never showed anyone." One victim's lawyer says that Kelly used a hidden camera, a webcam and an app on his phone to film the women.

Kelly is reportedly on his third defense lawyer.