Maryland pair sues Victoria's secret, claiming they were strip-searched

April 1996
Jet;4/22/96, Vol. 89 Issue 23, p33
Reports on the lawsuit of two Prince George's County in Maryland Blacks, Ruth Kay Cobb of Hyattsville and Nathaniel E. Masterson of Palmer Park, who claim they were wrongfully strip-searched by security guards at a Victoria's Secret's store, suing the sexy lingerie store for $218 million. Ted J. Williams as Masterson and Cobb's lawyer; Fundamental value of Victoria's Secret.


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