A Waverly woman’s suing over getting too much exposure. Deanna Miller says she worked for an insurance agent till a co-worker pointed out a wireless camera in the bathroom of the office where they worked. Police found the receiver and monitor for the camera in the desk drawer of her boss, Robert Speirs, who told the cops he’d suspected drug use.
Miller says at the angle it was installed, drugs weren’t what the camera would show, and Speirs was fired by his insurance company. Miller’s suing for the loss of her salary as well as invasion of privacy.