Milpitas Manager Accused of Bathroom Peeping

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    A former manager of a Finish Line clothing store in Milpitas has been named in a law suit against the company, for allegedly installing spy-cams in the women's dressing rooms and bathrooms, nearly 18 months ago, reports the SF Weekly.

    David Meyer, 29, who is named in the federal lawsuit, is believed to be the culprit behind the peeping incidents.

    His former girlfriend, who wished to remain anonymous, told KTVU, "He's able to videotape the female employees going to the bathroom."

    Joshua Ezrin, who is representing the alleged victims, said his clients, who are all former and current employees of the Finish Line, between the ages of 17 and 21, are suffering from emotional distress. Mariana Cole is also counsel for the alleged victims.

    The Finish Line said in a statement, "The allegations in this lawsuit describe a situation isolated to an ex-employee whose alleged actions were neither known to nor in any way condoned by the company."

    Meyer has never been charged, and is believed to have left the state.