SAN DIEGO -- A federal lawsuit has now been filed against a former Border Patrol supervisor -- Armando Gonzalez -- who is already serving prison time for peeping in a case that Team 10 first broke.
The lawsuit states Gonzalez had, for years, been capturing digital images and footage of numerous females while they were in various states of undress and using the toilet.
It also states the victim learned Gonzalez had been capturing the digital images and footage of numerous women and digitally saving and storing over 300 such videos on various computer devices.
The civil rights lawsuit seeks compensatory and punitive damages against Gonzalez and others it alleges knew about his unlawful on-the-job digital footage and image capturing.
The suit also seeks injunctive relief to reform the operations of the U.S Border Patrol, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the San Diego Police Department, the District Attorney for the County of San Diego, state of California and other related agencies.
The woman bringing the suit asked to not be identified.
According to the suit she lives in constant, abiding and continuing fear that the private and compromising, lewd and lascivious video images taken of her will be made public, on the Internet or otherwise, leaving her devastated at the thought that her family, friends and others may sometime see these images.