Ohio Woman Cathy Zang Sues Ex-husband Joe Zang Over Secret Video Tapes (Watch Video)
Sep 19, 2012 04:38 PM EDT
Ohio women, Cathy Zang is suing her husband of 14 years Joe Zang for installing a number of hidden cameras to spy on her during their divorce proceedings in 2009.
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that the Cathy and her son Zach Holbrook found a number of cameras all over the house in order to spy on her. "There it is! There it is! I found it. In the eye hole right here on the plug, I mean outlet," as reported by ABC's Good Morning America.
In addition to the cameras, Joe also installed a number of GPS to monitor the whereabouts of his then wife. Joe is facing two lawsuits filed independently in the U.S. District Court. The first one is filed by his ex-wife and the second is filed by Javier Luis, who's online conversations with Cathy was also recorded. Both Luis and Cathy are suing Joe for violation of privacy and are seeking hundreds of thousands in the suit. The case revolves around the issue of invasion of privacy through secretive spying and wiretapping.
He was hacking into my personal computer account and getting into my e-mail. At some point he had a GPS on my car...There are some embarrassing things that I wouldn't want other people to see because I was in the privacy of my own home," Cathy said on the ABC show.
But the case of invasion of privacy is very tricky, especially in today's age of digital age.
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