16-Year-Old Unwittingly Stars In Homemade Abercrombie & Fitch Dressing Room Video

A teenager is suing Abercrombie & Fitch and one of its former employees after she caught someone filming her in one of the store’s dressing rooms.

The defendant, 21-year-old Kenneth Applegate II, denied being the person who slipped a small video camera under the door in a pile of clothes, but co-workers found a video camera they recognized as his few days later, and on that camera’s memory card was footage of the teen.

The teen included A&F in the lawsuit because she says Applegate the Deuce had been banned from the mall one month before the incident, and the store was therefore negligent in hiring him. Clearly he would be better suited for the all-sex-all-the-time branding of American Apparel.

“Teen sues after she was taped in dressing room” [WKRN] (Thanks to Christopher!)
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