Nicole March filed a lawsuit on Aug. District Court in Alabama, claiming an invasion of privacy, outrageous conduct, breach of contract, and negligent supervision, training and entrustment, according to court documents. Since the photos were circulated by staffers at the Alabama franchise, March "has been caused to suffer severe mental anguish, embarrassment, and humiliation," the complaint alleges. According to the complaint, March was having difficulty with her computer's hard drive in August of , and brought it to Best Buy's Geek Squad Technical Support in the Tuscaloosa, Ala. March had been employed at that Best Buy, according to the complaint, identified as store The complaint alleges that almost two years later, in May of , an employee of the Geek Squad, Nathaniel Smith, called March and told her another Best Buy employee, Edwin Kinloch, had sent him a link with nude photographs of her and that they were "circulating" on sites including Piratesbay.
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Unfortunately for the alleged victim, the possible criminal case was thrown out as time for charges expired, AL. The University of Alabama art student, who didn't want to reveal her name and said she used the nude photos for her art, filed an invasion of privacy lawsuit against Best Buy earlier last week, WSFA reported. The seven-page civil lawsuit claimed that in August , the plaintiff, who worked at the same Best Buy in Tuscaloosa with the alleged photo thief, brought her computer to the store and paid to have a problem with her hard drive fixed. She says the unnamed Geek Squad employee sent her nude photos circulating on the web, including the file-sharing website Pirate Bay. Brent Blankley told AL. He said the Tuscaloosa Police Department's case against the employee would be closed because prosecution would have only been allowed if the crime had been reported within 12 months of its commission.
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Attorneys for Nicole March, an art student with a special emphasis in sculpture, filed the invasion of privacy lawsuit in federal court in Birmingham this afternoon against Best Buy Corporation and Geek Squad Technical Support. A Best Buy official at the Tuscaloosa store declined comment. Paula Baldwin, with Best Buy's corporate public relations, also stated in an email that as a matter of policy, Best Buy does not comment on pending litigation. Efforts to reach corporate officials Geek Squad were unsuccessful this afternoon. On May 13 of this year, an employee of the Geek Squad, informed March that he had nude photographs of her and to let her know "they were circulating," according to the lawsuit.