Lawsuit filed after camera discovered in bathroom at funeral home

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A lawsuit has been filed against a Chicago funeral home where a camera was founded hidden in the employee bathroom.

Police officers with a warrant discovered the camera April 3rd at Smith and Thomas Funeral Home on the West Side.

Lawyers with Lane and Lane LLC says they’ve filed suit on behalf of a member of the public who used the restroom.

They will be filing a motion to preserve the evidence.

The home advertises funeral webcasting and video tributes.

Its owner denied knowledge of the bathroom camera.

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  • chiraq

    I don't blame them for filing a lawsuit. I would have done it too. These hidden video cameras in a place of privacy like using the restroom is absolutely "RIDICOLOUS" I mean it's not even that serious. Real talk who ever done it need a lawsuit and a prison sentence for invading people privacy.