Twice dragged abroad naked: American woman sues police for $1 million

Twice dragged abroad naked: American woman sues police for $1 million

A 46-year-old American woman, who was allegedly dragged from her home twice naked by police officers, even though she was not the target of search warrants targeting her home, has reportedly decided to sue police in Florida for US$1 million.

“They took no precautions to preserve his dignity. She was humiliated and forced to do what they wanted her to do. “I was treated like an animal,” the woman's attorney, Kevin Anderson, insisted Tuesday, according to NBC News.

Forty-year-old LaTanya Griffin reportedly filed a second lawsuit on Monday against the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office, a police force in Florida, seeking damages in excess of US$1 million over two interventions that occurred on August 29, 2019 and on August 29, 2019. 28 May 2020.

According to the lawsuit, law enforcement officials violated the woman's rights under the Fourth Amendment, which prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures, when they twice forced her out of her home, in front of her children and in front of the public, while she was naked.

Furthermore, in both cases, the woman was not the target of the search warrants and no charges could have been brought after her forcible transfer, her attorney reportedly said, according to NBC News.

During the first intervention, the woman was allegedly forced at gunpoint to remain naked in front of officers and the public, as well as her 6-year-old daughter and 14-year-old son, after they collapsed. She allegedly smashed the front door with a battering ram.

Then, just a few months later, she was again forced out of her home at dawn when police arrived with an arrest warrant, no target identified.

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This time, the woman was allegedly handcuffed while naked in front of her children, before police placed a jacket over her head to partially cover her, but not “hide her genitals”, before dragging her outside to the police car parallel to the vehicle. The busy public road, according to the lawsuit.

According to the woman's attorney, the “abhorrent” actions committed by the police officers forced the victim, who was humiliated and emotionally disturbed, to move from Okaloosa County.

After the first complaint regarding the first incident was made, the police's response was to assert that the proceedings would have been conducted in accordance with “well-established, reasonable and generally accepted police procedures” and that they “would have been well done”. Faith,” by clients and their bosses.

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