NAPERVILLE, Ill., Nov. 2 (UPI) -- An Illinois woman whose pajama pants came down during her arrest is suing the cable TV network that recorded the incident for a program.
Chelsea Frederick of Naperville and her sister, Ferrara Daum, who was also at the scene of the arrest last year, said in their federal lawsuit that the Biography Channel, A&E Television Networks LLC, producers Greif Co. and the city of Naperville violated their privacy by airing the segment on series "Female Forces" in November 2008, the Chicago Tribune reported Monday.
The suit says the tape of the arrest focuses on the "indecently exposed skin above the waistband of (Frederick's) pajamas." It states Frederick was asked to sign a release for use of her identity while in a holding cell but refused. Daum was never asked to sign a release, the suit says.