First reported by Abcnews.go.com
- A Chicago woman is suing Hilton Worldwide for a staggering $100 million after claiming that an employee took nude footage of her without her consent.
- The unnamed woman said an employee at the Hampton Inn and Suites in Albany, New York filmed her unknowingly while she showered at the hotel.
- But it gets worse. The woman claims that the man then tried to blackmail her with the footage earlier this year.
- While the person responsible for the recording and extortion attempt has never been brought to justice, the woman is suing Hilton for negligence.
- Is Hilton to blame?
Woman sues Hilton for $100 million, alleging employee filmed her in the shower
— NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (@NBCNightlyNews) December 4, 2018
Who's watching you. The woman who says there was a camera in her hotel shower — what she says happened next and now she's suing for $100 million. @paulafaris
reports. https://t.co/G3ltOEQMbp pic.twitter.com/PEymcV4HFT
— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) December 4, 2018
SECRET HOTEL RECORDING: The Hilton hotel group is facing a $100 million lawsuit after a woman claims an employee secretly recorded her showering in her room and then allegedly tried to blackmail her. @paulafaris has the details. https://t.co/s526rZz9BB pic.twitter.com/WL7wJGt2TL
— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) December 5, 2018
A woman is suing Hilton hotels after she was allegedly secretly recorded in the shower while at a Hampton Inn and Suites in Albany. The employee then allegedly blackmailed her with the video. https://t.co/CqzOUmEcqh
— NewsChannel 9 (@NewsChannel9) December 4, 2018