The plaintiffs, who chose to remain anonymous, said the camera was placed so as to “capture illicit videos” pertaining to “various stages of undress or other intimate and private moments.” The homeowners and Vrbo are facing allegations of fraud, private nuisance, negligence and misrepresentation.
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Couple Sues Vrbo, Homeowners for Planting Camera in Bedroom
Two Texas travelers are suing the vacation rental platform Vrbo and associated homeowners after claiming they found a camera inside their rental unit. So reports KXAN, an NBC affiliate.
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