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Preschool staffer sues man who installed hidden camera in facility's bathroom

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By Marian Johns | Feb 12, 2020

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RICHMOND — A man who was arrested and is serving probation for installing a camera in the bathroom at his son's Sugar Land preschool is facing a suit by a school staff member claiming invasion of privacy. 

Nancy Albrecht filed a complaint Jan. 17 in the Fort Bend County District Court against Jonathan Contreras alleging invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress. 

Albrecht works at the Parkway United Methodist Church's preschool  in Sugar Land. She alleges that Contreras, whose son attended the preschool, installed a video camera under a sink in the school's co-ed bathroom used by staff, parents, the general public and occasionally the preschool students.  Albrecht claims images of herself and others were captured on the video. Contreras was arrested and pled guilty to adult felony of invasive visual recording. 

Albrecht seeks monetary relief between $200,000 and $1 million. She is represented by Amy Jaasma and Lori Matthews of Matthews & Jaasma LLP in Sugar Land. 

Fort Bend County District Court case number 20-DCV-270468

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