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The Collaborative Clearinghouse for Lawsuits and Other Claims Against ACE Group Insurance Companies


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Case Number: 
3:10-cv-00477 Search Pacer
ACE Group party(s): 
Opposing Party: 
Jamie Brubaker
Court Type: 
US District Court: 
Eastern District of Tennessee
Date Filed: 
Nov 12 2010

"17. In October of 2009, Barrett was arrested for the peeping tom videos he made of Erin Andrews, an ESPN employee well known for her appearance at various college football events;
18. That Plaintiff was assured by Defendant upon questioning it, Ace Limited (hereinafter "Ace"), which had purchased Combined that no former employees of Combined and now Ace had any reason to worry that Barrett had made videos of them as he had of Erin Andrews;
19. In April of 2010, Plaintiff was provided the number for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (hereinafter "FBI"), which had been investigating Barrett's conduct regarding Erin Andrews;
20. That the FBI obtained Plaintiff's driver's license and told her that they had a possible match on a video they had obtained from Barrett;...
22. That the knowledge that Barrett, Plaintiff's supervisor and immediate manager at Combined, had videotaped Plaintiff through her hotel room door peep hole and that ACE had assured Plaintiff she had nothing to worry about caused the Plaintiff such extreme emotional distress Plaintiff was forced to quit her job;
23. That upon information and belief Barrett sold the unclothed videos of Plaintiff in Europe for distribution on the worldwide web.
24. That Barrett as a manager and supervisor over the Plaintiff in her employment with Defendants and Combined exercised authority over the Plaintiff;
25. That Barrett in his course and scope of his employment for the Co-Defendants by videotaping the Plaintiff through her hotel room peephole sexually harassed Plaintiff;"

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